It didn't make me puke or hallucinate or have seizures but I loved it anyway. This is a film that definitely demands to be projected. Do they have digital goggles for watching films yet? That would work, too.
Much like today’s walk home. The same road and I’m to tired to change the route and tread other, hardly more interesting, streets. Also, I’m too bored to pay attention to the same old way. I go with eyes almost closed, to snatch the light and darkness from their objectual incarnations. When one walks with open eyes, the light is everywhere, spread as a silver powder. I open eyes wide when I cross. Sunglasses opaque
It’s true it isn’t for those with epilepsy or it may set off a migraine in someone, but otherwise let yourself experience vision from another window. Not drug-like- it’s its own trip. Somehow, there’s a three dimensionality orchestrated into a precisely flowing two dimensional screen world. A journey for sure. The music and sound take you there.