Koza (Cocoon) is a wordless, non-narrative succession of mystical, pastoral images. The three human characters are an old man, an old woman, and a young boy, who wander among the natural wonders and give the camera soulful looks.
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This was an incredible tarkovskyesque art piece. Yes it's full of all the black and white and melodrama of a college graduation piece but it really was full of beauty and emotional poignancy. One of the finest short art pieces I've seen.
Koza is a film with a calming pace. NBC has an eye for both the beautiful and the horrific. It is a film done in the Romantic style and captures the many facets of life in such a short time. He is the Tarkovsky of our times.