"We are all genius. We are all ignorant."

Kingdom of Ends paints the tragedy of social evolution through the life of one man as he is born, matures, grows beyond his ignorance, attempts to work towards something greater, and ultimately self-destructs. It is hauntingly poetic and incites the full gamut of emotions, as embodied by the iconic stages of life.

This film asks us to look at the parallels between the evolution of society and that of the individual, with particular focus on the cyclical nature of the two. What does it mean to grow, and how does this depiction contrast with our idea of innocence?