It’s not fun taking after adolescent child Clark (Ben Konigsberg) around for 60 minutes and a half. Clark is the lead character in Noah Pritzker’s introduction highlight “Quitters” (Pritzker co-composed the script with Ben Tarnoff), and he is manipulative, latent forceful, and a client with zero comical inclination. Youngsters are frequently irritating, obviously. What’s more, adolescent anxiety and companion weight and the originality of a few encounters make all of them act somewhat nuts. Be that as it may, Clark is a game changing factor. Konigsberg, amazingly, does not delicate pedal any of Clark’s identity imperfections, an exceptional achievement for such a youthful performing artist. Be that as it may, even now, “Quitters” is a testing and dismal experience.
The title of the film is exact. Everybody here stops: on themselves, on circumstances, doing drugs, staying seeing someone.