The End of Fear EP Review

The End of Fear is an excellent cinematic essay on modern art. The film’s subject is the controversial painting by Barnett Newman, Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow, and Blue? It was damaged by vandalism and undergoing a long and botched restoration. Though it contains some fictional elements, The End of Fear is an insightful look at the material vulnerability of art. It will make you think about the ways you can protect yourself from the pitfalls of fear.

The End of Fear focuses on the legacy of the Fear family, which is no longer in the picture. The painting is said to have been long since destroyed, but the curse that haunts this town remains. The surviving members of the family are now dead, but the curse still exists. Luckily, The Last Nightwing will screen the painting as part of the opening night of Panorama Europe 2018. The ending is a twist that will keep audiences guessing.

The End of Fear is an EP by Dum Dums vocalist Josh Doyle. The EP features a hidden track and a haunting song. The movie has been around for almost 20 years, but it’s still a good watch. It focuses on the underlying issues of art, which have always plagued it. The film is a compelling film, and you’ll enjoy it. It’s a must-see film.