This movie was indeed strange, but I admired the different art techniques used within this surrealism art form. I admired the edited photography within the film the most. The slit eye (Looked to be a womans eye, but actually a dead calf), the actors hands turning into guns, the arm pit hair symbolizing plants, random text, the man pulled the two tied up guys (priests?), and then the pianos with the dead horse/donkey?
It was bizarre but it made a perfect concept to DADAs view of art being abstract, not making sense, and a jump from visions/dreams/human perception.
The movie to me came across as thoughts and dreams of human visionary being abstracted. There could be raw emotion like the woman that was getting sexually harassed, but it changed to different scenes of the her being happy on the beach, reacting to the mans' ants within his palm, and the end being dead on the beach.
I think this film encompassed different viewpoints of emotion and perception within the photography and acting.
The woman getting run over in the street and the man lying sick in bed. Could portray different raw feelings. The moth I believed was the real plot line to the story. It was like the grim reaper death. The story overall showed points of death and a good center focal point seems to lead to the moth (Death's-head Hawkmoth).
Overall it was strange, but interesting. The forms of editing and changing scenes was very good.