Visually stunning throwback to late 70's/early 80's sci fi that actually feels genuine and not like a bunch of people playing dress up in retro clothes then banging on a scratch filter in final cut, like a lot of retro style films (I'm looking at you "Oh lets make a teh grindhouses filum" bandwagon jumpers)
It's not going to be a film for everyone, it's very sparse in the dialogue department and you're left to fill in the gaps a lot of the time, but if you're anything like me and enjoy when a film takes you on a journey with it's atmosphere alone then you'll like it. It's as beautiful to look at as is nightmarish, the 1966 segment in particular which features the worlds worst acid trip.
Special mention must go to Sinoia Caves tremendous soundtrack that goes hand in hand with the visuals perfectly, especially the first time we meet the sentionauts.
My only criticism of the movie was the final ten minutes where it suddenly felt like a different movie and most of the films trademark style seemed to disappear...and for a film this unconventional I wasn't expecting such a low key conventional ending.
But still, highly recommended for fans of experimental sci fi and fans of the generally bizarre.
To sum up, lots of ghostly phenomena happens, the daughter acts possessed, the Dr comes to the conclusion that's she's just schizophrenic and that none of this shit (like levitating, eyes rolling into the back of heads, demonic voices) are related to the paranormal ...or something.
Jump scare. The End.