Watched Apr 01, 2012
The film rambles on about religion, drug use, relationships, art, and technology, never saying anything actually interesting. This film is super low budget, and is meant to be a realistic portrayal of the end of the world. Unfortunately that apparently means that we have to watch some women painting in fancy dresses for most of the movie.
I only liked one thing about this film, and that is the use of technology. Skype plays a very important part of the film, as does Iphones, Macbooks, and Ipads. I thought this was a very well realized aspect of the film, and in my opinion, was the most realistic thing about the film.
I had no problems with the pacing of the movie, and at just over eighty minutes, it does not over stay its welcome. However, none of the conversations are in the least bit interesting to me, and the whole painting thing is simply terrible.
There is a conversation in the film in which one of the characters says that he wants to be there at the end "eyes wide open". I agree with this statement, as the end of the world has got to be a pretty amazing sight to see. Hopefully when the end comes though, the conversations will be more fun, and more interesting.