Shot in five meticulous panning shots throughout the mountains, the film
choreographs the moving landscape in an exploration of Zen Buddhist concepts of peace and terror in the
infinite. The film is equal parts experimental, documentary, landscape, dance, and music film as it
contemplates questions about the relationships between art and artist, human and nature, conservation and
DONT EDIT ANYTHING BELOW. IT WONT SHOW ON THE FRONTEND. IGNORE EVERYTHING PAST THIS POINT!!!!!!
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