I saw this at the Angelika tonight and loved it. It had a very Bergman-esque/Lars Von Trier quality to it. Although it was quite obvious that it was shot on video (little-to-no detail in the highlights, for one) it felt like the right format considering the experimental nature of the film itself. There were some very interesting techniques that were used. At times, the film felt like a very mellow, two-hour montage.
Also, the story dealt with basic human concepts (much as Bergman did.) Something that VERY few independent films do nowadays. This was refreshing to see.
This guy's one to watch.
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