Its the last of the Koyanisqatsi trilogy. This one is a bit different! Imagine the first two films with every image digitally enhanced. It is visually striking. And the Phillip Glass score is gripping. If you like the cello, if you like music dark and rhythmic, you will like this. In any case, you will know after the the first three minutes. Lots of symbolism. What does it all mean? I cant wait for the DVD, maybe the director will enlighten us. Sad that it only played for a week here, and to just a handfull of patrons (at the veiwing that I attended) . If you are unfamilliar with the series, it is similar to Baraka.... images and music. If you are familiar...... dont miss this one!