Second time watching this, and first time at home.
I was curious to see how something this slow, deliberate, and non narrative, worked at home vs in a cinema mid film festival.
Turns out, starting this at 12:30AM in a dark living room, over-tired and a bit buzzed, was just the right time and place.
Broken up into 3 distinct sections, we follow Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe (aka Lichens) first as he wanders around a hippy commune in the Estonian…
Somehow I'd not seen this until now.
Camp, fun, etc, etc.
I rather liked all the miniature work, it brought to mind a lot of the Gerry and Sylvia Anderson stuff I loved as a child and helped the non kaiju move along at a decent pace.
And yes, Godzilla & crew smashing the shit out of everything is still aces.