The story played off as an expansive riddle, with numerous occasions that happen without it truly clarifying why things were how they were. It is said that at the year’s end, the Earth will be pulverized and everything will stop to exist. The principle character is a lady named Alice, played by Allix Mortis, in which she is coming in New York City sorting out her recollections and dreams to understand the world on the precarious edge of it’s demolition and how she might have the capacity to see why the Earth might be worth sparing. As you keep on watching, imperative spots in the motion picture start to uncover themselves. The general feel of the film was unwinding despite the fact that it kept your brain going in the meantime.
The main slight drawback I had with the film was the primary character. I simply wasn’t certain if the absence of feeling [in her acting] all through the motion picture was deliberate or not. In the event that it was, bravo, as I was occupied with how she could contain certain feelings amid some enormous plot focuses and uncovers. This ought not detract from the motion picture as she was general fine in her conveyance.