"23rd Psalm Branch: Part II" is, as the title already suggests, the second from a duology of films in which American director Stan Brakhage deals with the events of the Vietnam War. Sounds interesting, doesn't it? well, it is not. Brakhage's style over substance approach paired with silent film is another example of him really delivering boredom instead of greatness. My title is a reference to the fact that he managed to make this sequel even less interesting than the first, almost an impossible feat, but he did it. And the worst is, both films run over 30 minutes, so the entire thing goes on and on for over an hour and it feels like it never ends. Really dragged a lot. Highly not recommended.
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