Slow and beautiful. You can't help being overwhelmed by its details. It doesn't try to criticize social issues, neither takes a clear position: the spectator will find his own. The whole movie is delicate metaphor of how we all are single threads in the weft of life. It reminds me of Kieslowki' Dekalog for details of scenes, colours and theme (such as the letter in Decalog 4 and the letter about Clair baby'sex).