About Endlessness

About Endlessness

About Endlessness

Swedish filmmaker Roy Andersson (A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence) continues his kaleidoscopic series of cinematic explorations of humanity, banality, and everything in between.

2019Rating: M, Mature themes and violence76 minsSwedenSwedish with English subtitles
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About Endlessness / Reviews

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The offbeat sense of humor that characterized the trilogy is less evident than ever.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Lord knows how it all connects, but there's a strange power in how About Endlessness flows, jumping around the whole spectrum of human experience and the ridiculous places to which our emotions push us.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

Andersson’s consistency may have made him a director for acolytes above all, but they will find this a satisfying and richly resonant lesson in obliqueness and sometimes opacity.

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Variety

Variety

If we’ve been here before, the immaculate, somehow tender-hearted execution of About Endlessness ensures this is not a complaint.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Adopts the same qualities of life itself: it’s both short and infinite.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Andersson’s films are endlessly rewatchable. To view them is to abolish gravity.

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