So then, Bodysong. Probably more famous for Jonny Greenwood's soundtrack than anything else, but that doesn't make it any less of a good film. Well, you can't really call it a film. It's a series of different camera footage making the journey from birth to death with a clever soundtrack over the top.
Personally, I think this is going to be love or hate film for most people. Some will just find it tedious, pointless and boring. Akin to Koyaanisqatsi, the imagery is striking and at times; unsettling, and the soundtrack is ever-absorbing. The big question is: will you have time for it? If you are impatient and prefer a more traditional set of rules for you films then this isn't for you. You will be bored out of your skull.
However, if you liked the Qatsi trilogy and you like the sound of something a little different and unique then give this a go. If you have the patience for it, you'll love it. The way the director has pieced together so much footage and made a comprehend-able "story" is fantastic. And you can see the work that's gone into it. The soundtrack is completely suitable and essential to watch with.
Definitely worth buying if you like the experimental sides to film.