A thrilling journey through a disturbed universe
As with the very short Part I, this "episode" (I probably shouldn't call it that, or maybe...?) lets the visuals take center stage and has little discernable sense of plot or characters. But it is a joy to watch because it just oozes appeal and suggests some deep, hidden meaning behind all the "randomness".
I believe that Crow is relying on personal experience and taste to associate one short scene to the next in this short movie. As for what those associations might be... you watch this movie and decide for yourself.
Crow must be focusing on the darker side of life, always portraying pain in various ways. But those huge eyes that appear in both episodes... maybe there's a kwy there... Oh well, at least the eyes are well drawn!