For a film playing out the response of one group of friends to the end of the world as they know it, this captures their mixed feelings of confusion, disbelief, and apathy well. While some of the group witness firsthand the effects of mass public response to the shutdown of a technology-based society, conveying the gravity of that situation to others proves somewhat of a challenge. A sense of unease and mistrust resulting from the group's strained past relationships threatens what civility remains. Viewers should prepare for an exploration of personal attitudes and values; internal struggles to balance accountability with happiness in the face of an uncertain future, rather than scenes laden with terror and destruction, dominate the plot.
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