In a house crammed with memories, William (Timothy J. Cox) tends to
spend his days, almost ritualistically watching the television in the
kitchen despite not enjoying the program, and as ritualistically filling
up boxed to bury in the snow-covered garden - and his face alone already
shows how pathetic he feels. And it's not as if he has no friends, his
answering machine is full of calls asking how he's doing, he just chooses
not to answer - as upstairs, there's his wife, and she's not alive anymore
A very compelling film about utter grief that comes with
loss, brought to life by lyrical storytelling, a great moody imagery in
league with original visual details, and of course a very strong
performance by the film's central actor Timothy J. Cox.
To be honest,
not really a film to watch when you're feeling down, but a really good
movie all the same.