i think it was rouch who said about "ethnographic" filmmaking that it was the most unexpected, most mundane moments in a person's day to day life, those things a narrative filmmaker would never dream of including in their movie, that have a power to "force a bewildering reality" on the viewer. this is like a 5 minute demonstration of this principle
So beautifully ordinary. These women are nothing short of artificers. The scene in which they're kneading the dough is one of my favourite scenes of all time. Gorgeously muted color palette. Simply in love.