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A visual prayer

"A visual prayer" Continued...

At over two hours, the film could have been shed a good number of clips, especially the ending, and not have lost any power. The nonlinear nature feels uncomfortable at times. But as the credits roll, you feel full, satisfied, as after a symphony, a visit to a particularly good museum, or after listening to a pipe organ while gazing at the light streaming through stained glass windows.

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