Author: I really don't understand why you did this. I'm not saying I don't understand the movie, just the reason for it's existence. I also don't understand the difference between "pharmacy" and "art" in your explanation, nor where in this movie "high art" is referenced. I thought the music overshadowed the film, and the juxtaposition of an aimless movie against a purposeful score was ineffective and highlighted the wandering arbitrariness of the film.
Viewers: This is not an homage or a deep statement, the author himself states in his own summary that it is only "a continuous stream of thoughts". Imagine this film without the music, or with any non-symphonic music - amateur cartoon artists constantly use orchestral music to add epic connotations to films without epic content.