A "tone poem" for sure. To undertake an attempt at a viewing of this film is a feat not for the faint of heart. For those of us accustomed to traditional narrative filmmaking, this film is anything but. It is entirely without dialogue in any form. No spoken lines, no narration. It consists entirely of stock footage and music by an experimental composer. I throw down a challenge to you, the reader. See if you can watch the first 10 minutes with the lights off in your dorm room, house, or appartement and try not to be a tad bit creeped out by the deep bass voices droning out the title of this film to a sad melancholic score.