Alain Parroni’s kinetic debut feature follows three teenagers on the cusp of adulthood and on the brink of nihilism in and around Rome. Alex (Enrico Bassetti), Brenda (Federica Valentini), and Kevin (Zackari Delmas) are close friends living on the outskirts of Rome, caught between the ancient city’s feeling of eternity, the terrible bleakness of an uncertain future, and their own horror at the prospect of aging. A compassionate yet unsentimental chronicle of the trio’s daily travails, An Endless Sunday is a spiritual descendant of Kids and The Doom Generation, and accordingly Parroni lovingly depicts his young characters as sympathetic personifications of things to come.