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Absolutely terrifying and dangerously poetic.
L’Ilya does not hold back in attempting to examine and explore the topics of dying, loneliness, and suicide. Each encounter is sad and tragic. Each response is vague and each last moment is lonely. While there is music, you can't help but feel this eerie silence and uncertainty throughout the film. Ilya records and documents suicides with consent from the people she is recording. She re-edits them into videos and adds music to…