Reviewed by dpountain
on 16/06/2015 16:43

Apichatpong's films operate on a drastically different level to almost any other you're likely to come across, making them easier to admire than like on first viewing. But allow yourself some time to adjust to the serene pacing and thoughtful but unique logic and you'll be rewarded with an inventively beautiful, ambitious meditation on life, death, the body and the soul. This isn't a film of urgent conflicts or narrative twists and turns but bittersweet observations of joy, suffering and how it all fits into the grand, all-inclusive journey of the universe.