People wander through various locations and talk about things.
You are going to either love this film or hate it. Odds are you are going to love the experience of seeing this film if you see this on a big screen where you can get lost in its images. If you see it, as I did , via a screening link, you are going through the whole film wishing that you had seen the film on a huge cinema screen.
Shot with a 360 degree camera, with the images unfolded the images have a scope that you don't normally see in a film. There is an overwhelming sense of place and space. Because of the way the camera records images, there are sequences, such as the walk in the tall grass towards the end, that end up creating hypnotic images.
The images that create a head space that is magical.
The problem with the film is that outside the images I'm not certain the film works. The reason for this is that film has no plot. It is simply the camera following various people walking and talking. The dialog is improvised so as a result is you end up with exchanges that go nowhere or are odd ("I see a crow vomiting on a beach") or are intentionally meaningful. The exchanges might have worked if most of them weren't from a distance with the speakers walking with their backs to us. We can't really see them enough to connect with them. And while I'm sure there is a better connection on a bigger screen, I still suspect that it isn't as strong as the filmmaker thinks it is.
For me this is film made with a really cool conceit that has nothing beyond the conceit. If that's enough for you, great, but if not this is a tough slog.
Worth seeing if you can see it on a truly big screen for the images, otherwise I'd take a pass.