Well, that was a slightly odd experience.
The short dream sequences were very hit and miss, but mostly hit I found. Even when they weren't great, there was still something interesting about them; be it the visuals or the soundtrack, or even just the plain weird bits.
The "plot" that linked the dreams together was the weakest aspect of the film, but it is pretty much just the tape that binds the ideas together.
The soundtrack is the strongest bit of the film though. It was really jazzy/funky for a pre-50s film - turns out it's because the soundtrack was by a modern band called The Real Tuesday Weld who recorded their own version. Still, the The Girl with the…