This is how you make a film on digital. A masterpiece for the 21st century.
"Hell is unavoidable and is found within all of us. Because we have eaten the fruit of the tree of knowledge, not to differentiate between good and evil is impossible now. The best we can do is to ignore the differences and to enter into the Garden of Earthly-Bliss. Like those who have abandoned all worldly possessions and are naked, in love, in a garden where there is no torture or killing or suffering."
That the narrative seemed at first to be a mere novelty, the "reality" document, played with me until I saw through to what the film is truly about: the obliteration of mortality by the reproduction of life and death, an expression of longing's withering in an age preserved by information. The film is as much a portrait of a Beatrice as it is a refutal of a Paradise--the double life of longing.
This is perhaps the only truly great film where the characters are the cameramen. Brilliant.