Sparklehorse

With “Sparklehorse”, Gariné Torossian returns to the collage style of filmmaking explored in her earlier films, “Visions,” “Girl From Moush,” and “Drowning In Flames.” “Sparklehorse” subtly conveys, with characteristic poetry, the ways in which people communicate with and value each other in a world of spiralling meditation. The film is divided into three distinct sections: “Happy Man,” “Good Morning Spider” and “Hundreds of Sparrows.”