This film reminded me of the early 1940s avante-garde film-making done by one of America's best independent filmmakers, Maya Deren. I found it to be very refreshing and moving. It did not feel like an American film -- completely devoid of any kind of trite commercialism. I was amazed at how much of a story can be told without the use of words. I loved the music and the choreography and costumes were very natural and interesting. For those of you looking for a mindless popcorn movie -- skip this film. This one really puts your mind to work, and I for one really enjoyed that. I loved the locations -- does anyone know where it was filmed? The duet at the end was my favorite visual scene, but the use of experimental sounds was also really interesting.
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