And odd movie in many ways. I had trouble understanding the actors’ accents on occasion, there were a couple scenes (particularly near the beginning) where I had no idea what was happening. However, this isn’t a big problem since there isn’t much dialog — mostly music. Shot on DV but with a powerful impact, this movie, like Celebration, is a reminder that film-making need not be about technological prowess (not that I don’t love spectacle as much as the next guy).

Leaving the theater, the skies were cloudy and dramatic, and I was sad and a bit speechless. I’m still not sure if that means I liked it.

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