Humans have learned to do so many things together and have changed the world. We discipline our lives to work together and control time. We don't need nature to do things for us. The film shows a lot of fast-paced things. By looking at others and nature, we learn.
In the last scene: the woman closes her eyes. She merges with the dream-like sand.
What to do? Close your eyes, you can learn about yourself more than you can learn by traveling all around the world.
There is no need to control things. You are creating more problems by trying to control. Take a step back and watch the things go.
The film is a product of human progress. We use it to reflect about ourselves. None of us has worked in the meat industry. So it reflects for us our life. It just says patriarchy is there. Not telling us whether patriarchy is good or not. It is there.
Be compassionate. You don't know what someone else is going through. Everybody needs compassion.
If you practice well enough, there is a possibility of sharing immeasurable, Infinite loving compassion.
Close and meaningful relationships bring out the good in us. The gang tattooed man with his child.