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Sutton's approach is observation: We're not so much pulled into a narrative as watching images float in ethereal atmospheres.
Observant but not revealing, free-form but not quite experimental, the obliquely titled "Pavilion" is a mood piece in search of a construct.
If you're already on the movie's wavelength, it can be entrancing. If not, "Pavilion" may come off as flat and aimless.
Mr. Sutton tends toward quiet. And while his characters don't say a lot in these 70 ephemeral minutes, he says enough to make you wonder what's next.
The beauty of the footage is undeniable, and the aimlessness never overstays its welcome as the film documents that strange stretch in our lives when nothing seems to matter more than the present moment, suspended in a sort of idle immortality.
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