Same thoughts exactly, just about. Three Days is still my favorite, and The Corridor was amazing, but it is better, in general, when such imagery has something of a context to fit it. I could imagine this playing next to Sokurov's Heartbreak House.
Pretty easy to see where Leos Carax gets a lot of is influence for 'Pola X' with this film. I didn't find it as engaging as Bartas's previous efforts but maybe that's because I felt like the others had more richness in the context of post-soviet eastern European conditions. The homage references to Tarkovsky as usual are done with the utmost respect and doesn't feel like he is blatantly lifting off of him.
A beautiful and fragile series of images. I'm going to revisit this, as I believe that there is more to discover and understand.
Opera dall'atmosfera straniante ed estremamente dark dove il silenzio non è mai stato così disturbante! Alienating work and extremely dark atmosphere where the silence has never been so disturbing!