This Scandinavian production draws on some of the observational strategies of Godfrey Reggio's Koyaanisqatsi, allowing us to reflect on patterns and phenomena of human and natural existence from both intimate and sweeping viewpoints.
This manifesto of a will away from modern life of credit cards and fear of death is composed of images juxtaposed against each other, urban skyscrapers against mother nature, Japanese noise artists against African tribal people. We see Bill Clinton and Dalai Lama. Different people tell their view of life, like the Maori, a man living in the jungle for six years, one scientist discover the power the gibbons scream evokes, a porn actress from the happy days of porn teaches the gospel of ecstasy and so on.
Somehow it failed on its course, we get the point, but its lacking in depth. The montages as well as the music could be done better.
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