Timminy’s review published on Letterboxd:
Another experimental film. This time, an earlier, underviewed film.
Felt less strongly on this one compared to most other users here. It's still a really amazing film. Theres a lot of amazing editing and camera work, which makes it engaging without any form of verbal or textual dialogue or narration. In almost every scene theres some thing crazily cool going on, but due to the fact that this film is missing narration (which would usually be present during this films showings) and that 2/3rds of the film are lost, it just feels incomplete and hard to judge.
Still, I'm glad this innovative, creative, ahead-of-its-time film was found. It could honestly be one of the all time greats; but I can't tell for sure with the film in this state.