I KNOW RIGHT. So unsettling and tense!
That’s the word, tense.
Especially the scene in the shelter, as he is about to open the doors, the tension was almost unbearable. And I just had a million scenarios in my head, would they stay down there forever? Was everything destroyed? And then you have the anti-climax of everything being the same, despite all the things they went through, they emerge, and the world is completely indifferent.
But the chills I got when the daughter made the sign language for “storm” were amazing. So subtle, yet thanks to his previous visions, you know that when that storm hits, chaos will prevail.
I feel exhausted now.
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