Striking shots with natural colour, the clouds and low fog occasionally blocking out mountains, creating an entirely different landscape with each cut.
The opening proverb indicates that where the sky and ground meet as the same colour, the dead are thereby able to communicate with the living. At a close, the film runs Leonard Cohen's Memories, hinting that it is in fact the living who are aching to communicate with the dead.
A gruff widower, builds a house for his inseparable granddaughter. He is interrupted by a video of his dead wife disclosing her affair with another man. With a scowl fixed, the widower goes after the man in the video.
The score is magic, its own symphony, interrupted by the howling winds, the construction noises, or the muffled sounds from inside a car.
Themes - death, memories, anger, bleak