petra’s review published on Letterboxd:
The second credits rolled, I thought back to my drama classes in elementary school. We were preparing a play and as we finished that day's rehearsal, our teacher was open to suggestions on how to improve it and I suggested that we 'go off to our business' at the end meaning starting to play or running an errand just to dissolve in some sort of harmony. To that, our teacher said that it is never good to start something new of that kind at the very end of a play because that's like starting a new play. And in a way, that's the biggest mistake that this movie committed. Sure, it is more or less clear and offers partial closure, but it could've been skipped or simply extended.
Altogether? Kind of a meh from me, it's an okay movie if you catch it on TV and have no other way of passing the time, so there's that.