I'm Thinking of Ending Things
Drama • R • 2020 • 2 hr 15 min
I am not intelligent enough for the brilliance that was displayed.
This movie is really confusing to watch the first time, but after some research it kinda makes sense. It's not for everyone, but it's good.
Trippy. Good movie to watch in the middle of the night when you are exhausted and just want to meditate and think about life
Confusing and wack, also known as perfect
It is just something unique which gave me shivers and put me into a surrealist state. It is definitely a rewatch.
Actually so eerie and freaky !!! Unlike anything else !!!
Cerebral, tender, thought-provoking. True cinematic art + fun to follow all the themes and symbolism. I will remember this for many years <3
A psychological question on ending a relationship. Actors were amazing interpretators. Soooo slow! Have the time.
This film is beautiful. I haven't read the book, so can't compare. The film has eerie but gorgeous imagry. The dialogue is very strong.
I feel like this is the kind of movie you need to watch a few times to grasp it. It was unnerving and anxiety inducing, but a bit confusing.
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