It is strange to watch a (very) short film by Lav Diaz. I'm so used to his lengthy cinematic works that it is sometimes difficult to imagine to spend only ninety minutes in front of a screen. Or even less. Butterflies Have No Memories (which I might write about before Xmas) is only forty minutes long. But even this is too long compared to Diaz's contribution to the omnibus Imahe Nasyon. Philippine directors . . .