Figured this belonged under indie films, as despite its wide mainstream cineplex release...it truly is an arthouse film. Saw it the other day, absolutely blown away by the look of the film...some of the best cinematography(70mm at that, like the recent documentary Samsara) as well as the costuming, vibe and acting. It's definitely the weirdest of all his films, at times reminding me of
Matthew Barney's Cremaster Cycle or trippy French films.
Anyone else seen it? It's definitely not for everyone, but for those with a taste for visual feasts, you'll dig it.