Coordinated by Jennifer Liao and composed by Christina Ray (Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning), there’s something satisfyingly Canadian about End of Days, Inc. The representatives, similar to the constantly prepared to-please Jason (Mark O’Brien), the persevering however prepared to-stop Mort (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee), the urgent to-leave-yet caught in-her-employment Misty (Janet Porter), and the steadfast Janet (Carolyne Maraghi) are all hesitant to raise some static regardless of what happens. They all furtively despise working for Mr. Godfrey, however no one needs to say or do anything that will debilitate the dreary occupations. This shouldn’t imply that that Canadians are weaklings, however we tend to be a bit excessively sympathetic and willing, making it impossible to neglect a percentage of the ways we might be exploited, particularly with regards to office work.
We learn rapidly what the matter of Godfrey Global Inventory is, so a larger part of the film is just looking as the laborers plan to stop Mr. Godfrey before the end of their unscheduled work day. No one winds up in the same spot as they began, in spite of the fact that that is not generally to improve things. It’s Janet who turns into the genuine center of the film, appearing as the one individual who most needs to go to bat for herself. On the off chance that there’s a legend to be discovered, it’s certainly Janet.