My words can't do the beauty and brilliance of this film justice.
It's out on DVD and available to rent at your local film rental place. I watched it last night and cannot stop thinking about it. It's just so great.
Perfect sequence upon perfect sequence builds up to a climax which is as weird as it is profound and as deep as it is shocking. The direction couldn't be better. The acting is superb (sans some complaints with Dustin Hoffman, the only American in the production ... figures). I can't stop listening to the soundtrack.
I'm watching it again toinght and I might write more about it later, but, as of now, the right words escape me.
Ignore the 54% on Rotten Tomatoes.