The short film THE END IS THERE began as a personal return on investment analysis of weekend summer surf in Montauk. Shot entirely on an iPhone, the footage catalogs the weekend waves at Ditch Plains Beach from Memorial Day to Labor Day 2010. Within the course of the summer the project evolved into a video back-drop for a dialogue between NYC transplant, Moose Huerta and Montauk local, Grant Monahan. The two were introduced through the recent passing of their mutual friend Andy Kessler. During the film they discuss and theorize the right and wrong ways to assimilate into a tight knit coastal community.