"[S]et in a health-resort-cum-religious community 'in a beautiful place in the country'. . . it could be said that with its coloristic compositions and repetitive scenic plan, the film’s structure is more musical than novelistic. . . What is perhaps most intriguing about the film is its apt demonstration that, today, in order to present a future that is genuinely ‘other’ one must set one’s narrative not in the world ‘of tomorrow’, but in the recent past."
Read the full report at Electric Sheep Magazine.