A beautiful, wet, green and grey palette featuring Icelandic landscapes dripping with romance, loneliness and melancholy. It's a story about the garden of eden and the effects isolation can have in different people depending on their perspectives.
Also possibly an investigation into the unhinging effect of grief on an otherwise sound mind.
Or maybe a warning to take care of yourself emotionally instead of focusing solely on your physical wellbeing?
There are a lot of different ways this film could be interpreted, which in my opinion makes it Good Art™.