Infinity Pool Review | Movie

Infinity Pool Review | Movie

The highly-anticipated Infinity Pool, from acclaimed director and screenwriter David Branco, offers a thought-provoking and visually arresting exploration of life at the crossroads of youth and adulthood.

Through the story of a young man’s search for identity, Branco examines the complexity of coming of age and the difficulty of navigating between the expectations of society and the desires of one’s own heart.

The film centers on its titular character, John (played with subtle intensity by Robert Wimmer), a 20-year-old trying to come to terms with his own mortality. After the death of a close friend, John goes on a journey to discover himself and the meaning of life, taking a break from college and his part-time job to travel around the country.

The film is shot with a dreamy, almost surreal aesthetic, combining traditional cinematography with the vivid visuals of a music video. The camera often takes on the perspective of John, making the audience feel as if they are walking in his shoes.

The narrative is engaging and the performances are solid, but what truly sets Infinity Pool apart from other coming-of-age stories is its thoughtful and provocative exploration of the human condition. The film’s contemplative musings on life and death, freedom and responsibility, and the difficulty of finding one’s path in the world are both moving and thought-provoking.

Infinity Pool is a beautiful, emotionally charged film that rewards viewers with a poignant and poignant look at the struggles of adulthood. With its creative visuals and thoughtful dialogue, it is the kind of film that sticks with the viewer long after the credits have rolled.