Sixteenth film of my Letterboxd Friends Recs Film Festival. Recommended by Greg Dorr.
This is not an easily accessible film at all, both in terms of the style and content as well as actually being able to watch it. Greg was able to provide me with a copy, but the quality wasn't the best, and for this type of film, that may have hurt my experience. This is slow, quiet cinema, but it failed to connect with me in the way similarly paced films have. I had trouble following what was happening, so strong visuals would definitely have helped. Hopefully this gets some kind of distribution, because I like a lot of the ideas here, and I think it could really resonate emotionally if presented properly.