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Wow. I am utterly speechless. I am sitting behind my keyboard right now holding back bawling my eyes out at the beauty mankind can possibly achieve and that I, mere stardust, was graced to be able to experience it. Holy fuck. There was not a single moment in this kino that did not leave me filled with regret, longing, wonder, and euphoria all at once. I feel as though I've ingested LSD for the first time all over again, seeing the world through a new lenses and able to appreciate existence from the bottom up like I am only 3 years old, staring up into the heavens.
If you've ever had a near death experience, you will know the feeling. It's like body is still placed in front of the screen, breathlessly taking in every moment and unable to move. Like some incredibly strong novacaine all over my body, and my brain was dosed with the strongest psychedelic known to man. This is unlike anything I've ever seen. I will never watch it again simply because I feel it will cheapen the experience. Today, January 3, 2016, I will never forget.
This is the greatest piece of art a human has or will ever create.