The one who divides and not get the best part is either a fool or do not have art, says a Portuguese aphorism. But in this film, the best part remained the whole and there is no choice for it, since although several good sequences exist, the all, being so pompous, explanatory and "cosmically demiurgic", is so supposedly "great" and "total " that ultimately result in a long form without soul or discretion.
There is a bevy of surprising and powerful poetry laced into the historicity of this film, which is both a sprawling and intimate treatment. It contains images and music that remain forever with me. I cant say much more, for the films is of such scope and complexity, that I wont do it justice. Simply watch it!