Eric Brochu’s review published on Letterboxd:
I just got back from our annual family beach vacation on Vancouver Island. Due to the pandemic, we all stayed pretty much in a circuit of house-to-beach-to-house. I played with the kids and flew kites and built a wabi-sabi spiral from stones for the tides to scatter.
So how appropriate to return home and turn on a meditation-vacation film that opens with the TS Eliot lines,
Because I know that time is always time
And place is always and only place…