I read a review somewhere that claimed the film was "grotesque" because there is some frontal nudity. Frankly, there are people writing on films who have seen almost no film in their lives. The grotesque is a problem the "form", hardly ever of the "content". From this perspective, and despite the premonitory threat of an isolated drone shot, this film remains quite measured, embracing shot by shot the aesthetics of the healthy paganism the director wants to promote.