35mm, rewatched. It has long been one of his key films and one of his first films that i saw, that immediately left me in the territory that the French call "époustouflé". Organic and vegetable materials are glued onto the film which when projected varies, in an extreme kaleidoscopic cadence, textual and textural light alternations.
"I was very annoyed with Hieronymus Bosch’s painting of the same name, which envisions nature as puffy and sweet, while the humans are suffering these torments. After all, nature suffers as well. As a plant winds itself around, in its desperate reach for sunlight, it undergoes its own torments. We are not the only ones in the world."