Andrew Noren’s first film since Charmed Particles offers 59 minutes of ecstatic delight in relation to the everyday: it’s all black and white and silent, and mainly nonnarrative, but so sensually rich and rhythmically alive that watching it is an almost constant pleasure. Noren calls himself a “light thief” and “shadow bandit,” and this pulsing compendium of home-movie moments is charged with musical energy. It differs from Charmed Particles, the previous episode in his “The Adventures of the Exquisite Corpse,” mainly in seeming to have more thematic ambitions and in verging somewhat closer to narrative—none of which is allowed to detract much from the overall beauty and intensity of the filmmaking.