The film equivalent of a William Eggleston photography, with the production of a Crewdson set. Much like Anderssons' other films, "About Endlessness" (ironically named?) focuses on the everyday of human life,using still and long shots to capture absurd moments. Although it isn't that long, it did feel its length. This isn't a bad thing though. It gives the scenes a chance to breathe. A great watch.
Real good mix of anxiety, absurdity and obsessive dread. I thought this was going to be a straight up horror going in, but it's more like an existential drama disguised as a horror.
Not so heavy on the narrative front, but that leaves room for all the restless tension to waft about. Definetly one of the most original plots from this year.