I started watching this thinking it was a documentary about Aurora and it's aftermath. It took me probably 10 minutes to figure out that was wrong. There's no through line except they all end up in the same place at the same time, and I guess that's the point? But as you don't know any of the characters (don't even get names in most instances) there's no emotional connection to anyone other than "this is a terrible thing to have happen" in general. The desire here to go all artsy left the film with a void of emotion. We don't even know why the guy does what he did or get any sense of him at all. A boring, pointless film and I'll never get that time back. Originally rated a 3 but writing this review has made me dislike it even more.
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