If you are like me, you enjoy good cinematography even if it does not include any clear story, like in most Hollywood movies. If you like the sort of movie that can be left up for interpretation to a certain extent. Of course critics will tell you the real story, and by reading at great lengths you can get a deeper understanding of the thought behind it. But I like to do this after the fact rather then to go into it with preconceived notions on what things will mean.
At that note I will not try to explain to you the story of the movie rather suggest and advice anyone that is even remotely interested in cinematography, graphic design or other visual arts to watch The Holy Mountain by the great Alejandro Jodorowsky. It will leave you with the longing to use the abstract more effectively to add to your well thought out stories and try to make even more beautiful scenes.