Japan is weird, we can all agree on that. but for some people examples like "the grudge" or "ring" are enough to back up this fact.
"garden without birds" surely is a much stronger argument, though.
it's hard to spoil this one, really. the plot, if there is such a thing, is rudimental and kept to a minimum. the impressive parts are the imagery and the soundtrack. the use of both b/w and coloured pictures help just a little to figure what exactly is going on.
it's rather a cruel psychedelic experience than an actual movie we get offered here, but due to its runtime of 22 minutes, that's perfectly fine. in addition, you will see one or two scenes that surely will leave an impression.
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