Derives a lot of its strange, subliminal impact from the dissociation between the speed of images and sound. Two animals prowl a desolate, somehow-humanoid landscape, possessed by moon phases, perhaps, or else shackled in a cell of celluloid imagination. (I love how the only appropriate way to write about avant-garde films is with a kind of stumbling, grasping poetry.)
You can tell the photographer took great care in framing each shot. The phenomenal sound design really transports the viewer in a spiritual sense. I was also particularly drawn to the moments at nightfall when the landscapes become dominated by beautiful shades of blue and pink.
Motion pictures of an island carved out by the surrounding ocean. Recommending to watch with a good headset. The sounds of the film are more captivating than the pictures. This filled my mind with thoughts of other unknown planets that contain no man, but only landscapes and the creatures that inhabit it.