In four parts, Albrun (Aleksandra Cwn) tends the farm and cares for her baby. Not much happens and what does is open to interpretation, because of course, it’s art, man.
The scenery is striking and you could be satisfied just watching the fog over the mountains or Albrun trudging through the swamp. It’s not quite Terrence Malick in its ponderous approach to nature, but it’s solid still life. A rumbling monotone score permeates every scene.
Your mileage my vary with Hagazussa and it’s supposed to. He didn’t even plan to release it but it’s the type of film that plays well at festivals. Certainly props are in order for compiling 102 minutes of footage that has a thematic thread, if not quite a narrative one.