First impression: how does one person gain access to so much fabric, and music in 11/8 time shouldn't slap this hard.
Afterward: this was an absolute joy. Playful, colorful, even funny at times. It encouraged in me a deep appreciation for something (textiles, prints, etc.) I don't have a habit of noticing in my everyday life, which in turn encouraged me, on a broader scale, to question why I don't appreciate certain beautiful things ("the little things," one might say). It's a little long for a movie of its type, but the sound design helps immensely in ushering it along. Seriously, the music is fantastic, an electronic orchestra of found sound reminiscent of Herbert or Matmos. The Brakhage-style ending (thinking mainly of Mothlight) had me in a submissive daze, but epileptics beware.