Blends elements of slow cinema and 60s experimental film producing a trance film that tracks a journey through a world governed by the (non)rules of dream logic. Like most trance films it challenges the viewer but it is worth the effort. The film possesses a subtle beauty and even humor. Those who try to make sense of it all rather than letting the images wash over them are advised to stay away.
Mesmerising in parts. Loved the the 16mm/super8 cinematography and the optical print effects. However a little more control in the editing could of shifted it out of its formalistic obsession and made the film an interesting study of time and perception.
Its not just time travel, but travelling through the layers of film history and humanity itself. Its a journey of love and hate through centuries of minimal and significant possible changes in a possible but multiple relationship between two abstract entities. Countries, points in time, sexes, etc... It is perturbating, and yet delightful... the end is a well deserved surprise of beauty. --Lorenzo Canina
Mai come in questo caso il confine tra ''geniale'' e ''la più grossa troiata mai vista in vita mia'' è stato così sottile. Nel dubbio a fine visione ho solo 1 certezza : raya martin sniffa colla come se non ci fosse un domani