The representatives of Godfrey Global Inventory are completing up their last day of work before the organization close down. Their manager Mr. Godfrey (Paulino Nunes) and his sister Esther (Anna Ferguson) welcome everyone to a gathering where everybody is envisioning getting their severance reward. The gathering is truly a reason to get one final day of work out of everyone. The representatives have a decision. They can either wrap up the remaining “stock,” or they can leave without their reward and have their cards punched. Their reward is very liberal, yet when they begin to assemble precisely what the “stock” is that they’re preparing, they understand that it could prompt destructive outcomes.
End of Days, Inc. is a dim, wound and funny film that may not conceal its insider facts exceptionally well, but rather that won’t stop the satisfaction that groups of onlookers will have. In the event that you have ever felt like your manager was sent straight from Hell or that your work would have been the end of you, you’ll value the giggles found at Godfrey Global Inventory.