30 hand picked films. A new one every day
The ultimate landscape after battle: post thermonuclear war, eight young women are led by an elder in search of males with whom to procreate; to be not the last ones, but the first ones.
a swift answer to the question full of belated ennui "what is culture and civilization needed for?".
I loved the vibe more than anything. There were several tense and dramatic buildups, but no real payoff. Bleak, without being overbearing... loved the soundtrack.
The attempt at sparse cinema wasn't a failed one, but I didn't think it was really done with excellence either. Too many parts of this became boring to me, which is the risk of making a sparse film. Comparisons to Tarkovsky are exaggerations.
The ultimate cult film?