"We don't know where we're going nor when we'll arrive"
Rosi's modus operandi in a nutshell. Terrific images throughout, but I'm having the same problem (to a lesser degree) as with Sacro Gra, my only previous experience with Rosi and which I found irritating: it's a shapeless portrait which tries to be free-associative for the viewer. That is in theory my favorite kind of documentary. In practice, it is very difficult to pull off. I think Rosi has improved over the years, but I'm not sure if it's just that the central subject is far more serious, which probably makes a difference. Captivating, but extremely muddled.