it has moments of chaos and madness like "white feast" or "kerosene salesman's wife" but i would say it's not that desperate and the end leaves hope. for better future, for a way to reconcile the traumatic past and the uncertain future.
Electric Clouds' world emerges from a web of narratives that intersect and deflect off one another. We follow the threads - characters, recurrent ideas, visual motifs - but mist obscures their structure, leaving us abandoned in a wintry landscape of lost, but oddly touching, figures. The events themselves seem buried in the greater world they construct, in a nation struggling under the footprint of its past.
Beautiful shots, the art direction was amazing as well. However, the scenes were a little too dialogue heavy and slightly pretentious for me. I will commend them for doing a great job of creating a future world that is familiar yet entirely new.