Superb acting, writing, and direction kept me engrossed till the gradually expected ending. If I were teaching a course in the meaning of karma, I'd show this to the class. A marvel of a film; even the music is admirable.
Worth seeing for the cinematography alone, this film displays the quirkiness of the director's previous work, which may act as an on/off switch to many viewers: either you enjoy that kid of thing, or... But the acting is good, visuals beautiful, and the story, such as it is (I will not risk a spoiler here), is even thought-provoking given half a chance. Not for everyone, certainly, but a cut above most of what I've seen lately, and a film that will resonate in my head for quite a while, I feel sure.