Lovely, strangely over-exposed
cinematography doesnt quite make up
for a plot and dialogue that seem like a
Second City TV parody of an art
film. A nameless man goes to a small
town to commit suicide. While there, he
boards with an elderly religious woman.
Does love blossom between them? Do
people stare fixedly at the empty sky? Are
there long pauses after people speak?
Yes, yes and yes! Dude, just kill yourself
in the first reel and get it over with! OK, so
this is a gorgeous and perhaps moving
film that many art-lovers will enjoy.
However, if I were to see it again, Id bring
a blanket and pillow.