If you would’ve told me prior to seeing this that I would fall head-over-heels for a film that’s about a frustrated Bavarian Butoh dancer, with a tale of homelessness, loneliness, a pink telephone, cabbage rolls
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The film’s heart is about grief and how we can never really prepare for it. “I’d like my ashes scattered upon the sea,” a spouse says to his partner. Fearfully, she says, “Why do you say that now?” And why indeed since we can never plan our end and its circumstances? It takes a young, marginally sane street performer, to tell us exactly what the Great Mystery is all about. And the use of stunning images from nature, as well as the contorted gestures of Butoh theater
and the equally contorted emotions from a family unaware of who the others are that this film brims over with so many rewards that it can be enjoyed over and over again.
The family dynamics are almost farcical which keep the weight of the subject matter from spilling over into despair. And while the central character’s own despair is the subject of the film, it’s thrilling to watch him find his way out of it. “It’s merely a movie.” Yeah. Well, whenever did you see one that had every character’s play connect; comprehending intuitively their wars waging within. Between the sense of responsibility, of guilt, sweet memories, shame and nagging doubts. Not of one character, but of every single one. And then not because the lines, expressions and glances are simple, the characters sparse, or the dialogues overly explicit. No. Only because every single one is a mirror of your own, if not now than those that’ll (hopefully?) be experienced in the future. Their fights aren’t theirs alone; they are ours too. All painfully accurate, and so incorrigibly human.
To watch sheer Love gathering momentum before and after they … nothing less than apotheosis of overwhelming feeling, an epitome of emotion that was so unattainably beautiful; death’s but a trifle after this.