A professional miner, William, purposefully gets lost in the passageways underground with the intention to end his life. Once he starts, he regrets his attempt, but it is too late - he is lost. While fighting for survival in order to get back to his wife and five-year old son, William gains a new perspective on life that allows him to appreciate the small moments.
No contemporary teenager attends school without the thoughts and fears of a life-threatening attack from an intruder. The idea of mentally unstable individuals obtaining guns is a constant threat under which all young people live. These themes are scrutinized from the ‘inside’ in Charli’s film ‘End It.,’ an examination into these topical concerns.