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Before Benson and Moorhead directed The Endless and Spring, they broke onto the indie scene with their micro-horror Resolution, which also had its world premiere at Tribeca, back in 2012. Some of the characters from Resolution appear in this film. See more »
Friends tell each other how they feel with relative frequency. Siblings wait for a more convenient time, like their deathbeds.
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The writing had flaws and the acting by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead was too stale (they should've just stuck to directing). The 111 min run time felt like 180 mins. The pace should have been faster and the film edited down to 90 mins max. The Directing and cinematography however was very good and the overall story concept was interesting. Sure it's a low budget film, but most of the flaws wouldn't cost much to avoid/fix. It's a 6/10 from me.
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