On a beach, at a small graduation party, three teenagers decide to board a stolen boat on a journey through darkness. The next morning, they find themselves adrift on the high seas, without food, water or shelter. As the days drag on and the chance of being rescued fades, the physical pain it turns into madness. Julian Trauman's At Dawn is the kind of film that does not need a multitude of elements to find its efficiency, it quickly forces us to sympathize with the characters and their destiny. Like the protagonists, it is better to go prepared for a mind-blowing experience.