A movie based very much on beautiful visuals, with little talking and few scenes that actually advance the plot. No action scenes whatsoever. It may sound boring, but i lost myself a bit in those images, a fact i also attribute to the mesmerizing actress Kyoka Suzuki. At no point did i want to fast-forward throughout this movie.
The vividness of this movie is also enhanced by the use of natural sound, with all the real background noises. Nothing was added or removed later by the sound department. This gives the scenes an authentic feel.