I'm not going to take the time to go into detail analyzing or breaking down these films. I'm no critic and I'm not very good at that anyway. One of the things I love about various mediums of art are movies like Comet. Books can do the same, pieces of music. You finish them and think, "That was more than just a book, a piece of music, a film. It was a work of art." Comet is that kind of film. It was beautiful, heartbreaking, and unforgettable. I had to research it a bit after I watched it to see how people responded to the ending and it makes more sense to me now, but trust me, this is the kind of thing I wish was more popular. A stunning storyline with beautiful imagery and emotion. Sam Esmail, the director, did something, in my opinion, I found absolutely beautiful and genius.