I’ve now marked 1000 “films” (721 actual movies, give or take) as watched on Letterboxd, so why not review item No. 1000?
It was OK.
No but really, it was a really interesting film and I’ve never seen a documentary or film in general quite like this, all footage with no narration or dialogue. The associative approach allows the audience to naturally draw the themes of industrialisation and humanity’s encroachment on the environment. I think it’s a bit too long, and I feel like it starts to lose the intense thematic focus as it goes on. That being said, that ending is just excellent.