I expected lots of long, static shots. I didn't expect the beautiful dissolves and the type of performances that I'm not accustomed to seeing but wish I saw more of in cinema. Too tired to write anything more substantial right now, but I definitely wanna check out more of Jon Jost's films.
No doubt this will be far more rewarding on subsequent watches.
I was thinking, though, how it's a bummer that people look forward to watching particular movies on the big screen and then get gaps in the dialogue via subtitles or a difficult time reading the subtitles on a light background. They get so caught up with these "issues" that they're unable to fully engage themselves and then maybe they never get the opportunity to watch the movie on the…