Best film of the year by far. Beautifully crafted, singularly envisioned, stunningly evocative and tear-jerkingly real and heartbreaking. For once, a film that portrays my generation as real people with real issues instead of caricatures. The acting is phenomenal, the cinematography is drenched in color and emotion, and the sound design is absolutely drowning in rich power. Trey Edward Shults has written and directed two masterpieces before (Krisha, It Comes At Night) but this is easily his most introspective and personal work yet. See it as soon as possible.