She must have been -on- something.
I quite liked the first segment, but the second was mind-crushingly slow. It was presented as a silent film, with title cards and mellow, tinkling piano music and oh my goodness. I could hardly take it. I think if it had had dialogue I would have been fine, and I know why the director chose to present it that way, but eh. I don't buy it. The third was better, but on the whole, it didn't work for me.
Gorgeously shot, though, and strong performances by said leads. Still, definitely my least favorite of the festival.