You won't be able to see the divine beauty of this film unless you have experienced a manic episode. But please try regardless
She sees the beauty in the minute elements of everyday life. She tells this story through fragments which seem to revolutionize the way we see films as her use of distortion leads the viewer to understand her linear state of mental health. Her themes of diaspora, political revolt, feminism, body, love and institution come together in a personal and unique way.
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