16mm. It's so beautiful this transfiguration by overlapping and painting an idea-vision of a vegetation's landscape, a kind of a forest out of a tale, in which the movement can be divided into distinct sections which refer to different stanzas of a poem. "Ein verklärter wald."
Pair it with some Penderecki if you're feeling sinister, or something from Scott Walker's Tilt. For me, this is the kind of thing von Trier tried to do with Antichrist, but failed miserably. A 'horror film' where the anxiety and uncertainty is created by a pervasive feeling of unease, suggested, not by violence or provocation, but by the natural light and shadows of the forest obscured by the dirt between the lens.