Only during the convoluted climax does the film drop the ball. I’m all for open-ended, ambiguous endings, but without going into to detail which might spoil things, the denouement doesn’t really make much sense in the context of the story. It’s almost as if writer-directors Chris Bavota and Lee Paula Springer were dead-set on creating a debate-worthy conclusion without providing evidence for any kind of compelling argument. Or hell, maybe I just missed something. At any rate, the ending is disappointing.