Meditative, but frustratingly subjective.

Thoughts (spoilers)

Your time will be better spent watching a documentary on nomads, as there's not a lot of substance to be found here. That's not to say the film is bad. It's meditative, and a moderately interesting look at the nomad lifestyle. Whether it's worth your time is questionable though.

As with any meditative piece, viewers will reflect inward. So- somewhat frustratingly- one viewer might find nomads' radical independence and minimalist lifestyle inspiring, and another viewer might see the nomads as victims (as insulting as that might be) and become enraged. The film will elicit many different perspectives, all of them subjective, so being objective about any aspect of the film is somewhat difficult.