This is how you craft a competent ending to a horror film.
"I don't remember"
Intimate in tone yet cosmic in scope. Profound yet comic. Quiet but full of meaning. David Lowery has created a near perfect cinematic experience utilizing visuals not volume. He accomplished this with lingering shots, long takes, a judicious use of words and an actor in a plain white sheet. Not many directors can claim that they created an existential cinematic triumph with so little but Lowery most certainly can.
Ranked #1 in 2017 Ranked
Ostensibly a "first contact" sci-fi film that is actually a rejection of a zero-sum society (:cough: Donald Trump :cough:) and an embrace of empathy, understanding and existential humanism.
While such a description may make this film seem large and impersonal, it is in fact the exact opposite - personal and cathartic.
Probably one of the best movies of the year, if not the last couple of years.