“Wind,” an impressive / Western hybrid, is the kind of artistic film some think I just do not. It’s a modest character study about Lizzy (Caitlin Gerard), a resourceful woman living in a cabin in the midst of an unknown part of America in the nineteenth century, slowly losing adherence to reality. Throughout the 87-minute round of the film, director Emma Tammi and screenwriter Teresa Sutherland discover Lizzy’s story so that viewers only see and understand what Lizzy sees and understands (often with reluctance). The narrative is light in dialogue. A number of scenes begin and stop whenever Lizzy feels the way to get in and out of them. And most importantly: the scenes we see are not in a linear or chronological order – they are shown to us as Lizzy mentioned, not as they originally experienced.