It's very "artistic". So much that you want to [enter here any physiological act]. Imagine a mix of "Blair Witch Project" (but without the witch and the tense) with "His Brother" by Chéreau and Alonso's "La Libertad". If this is what you're looking for in cinema, go for it.


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I was reminded of Alonso (albeit less obviously a hack), Sokurov, Haneke, Lynch circa Inland Empire, and Bresson (that is, a Bresson that reduces the human act even further to pure sensation, seemingly removing it from its social context). Heady company, but the film was never more than interesting (and aesthetically pleasing) to me, although I might still check out more from Grandrieux.