The strangeness of this film is laced with carefully molded apocalypses as the filmmaker explores a vision of life beyond death – the Elysian fields of Homer, Dante’s Purgatorio, de Chirico’s stitched plain.
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This is the first film I watched from Larry Jordan, and I'm sorry but I don't get it. Maybe I'm not smart enough, or I didn't read as much as I should about it in advance. Also I was completely unable to see the connections with Homer, Dante or Chirico... Neither to feel driven by the visuals or the rhythm of the film... I respect the technique, even the style of the visuals, but I'm still not able to appreciate it.