An evocation of Medieval Fantasy, a tone poem of atmosphere and mood. Costumes and cinematography are beautiful. From my passing familiarity with Medieval literature this definitely has that sort of rhythm and repetition a lot of those King Arthur-adjacent tales have, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and what have you. Also heavy reminders of Chaucer’s dream-quest poetry, you know, that whole unobtainable object of desire and the battle against death.
I paid four bucks to “own” this on YouTube, cause I’m a sucker, but it looks like it’s readily available to watch for free on there from several sources. Will say the HD version I watched looked amazing.
PS it’s short so afterwards, or before, look up this “60s-70s Psychedelic Folk” playlist on YouTube and fall into that, why just watch the Medieval Fantasy when you can slip into it?