The film title is an abbreviation for no comment. With all due respects I find this to be an appropriate description of this film, which is based on abstract drawings, obscure images, and distorted sounds.
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noCOM, no comment. Cinema starts when the word is silent. Of course, the cinematographic image is beyond the language, beyond the thought: it can just be imagined, beyond us - and, through this imagination, we are in that beyond.