Drew Edelstein’s review published on Letterboxd:
I am never happy with what I do.
I waste every opportunity I am given.
I always want things to be better, but I never give myself the chance to fix them.
I second-guess myself until it's too late to choose.
I always take 3 steps forwards and 2 steps back.
I want to be closer, but I'm afraid to reach out.
I choose comfort over challenge whenever I have the chance.
I take the easy way out and make everything harder in the end.
I feel petrified and worthless all too often, and let my fears take control when I could so easily be great.
I am the worst person in the world today, and that's okay.
We can always work to be better, take our time to find a place in the world where we can be happy. We can learn from our mistakes and work to improve on our strengths, and make the effort to be a certain of ourselves that we can be happy with - and who can make others happy as well. We can confront our anxieties and we can admit when we're wrong and we can accept that you and I are the worst people in the world today, because days are not forever, and because we can always be better tomorrow.
You can't be the best person in the world until you understand what it means to be better - and you can be the best person in the world.
All we have to do is know that there's hope in tomorrow, and to work to be better for it.