Two basic Deleuzian concepts in cinema education involve time. In order to create the first concept, the old usage pattern involves the motion-image concept, whose basic foundation is Newtonian physics and the assembly line. The other concept is time-image, which involves Bergson's reading on philosophy, educational physics in physics, and the criticism of modernity. The time-image is not designed to be formed by a change in the second world structure. This use of time can reveal the potential of the viewer to create subjectivities through the crystallization of images. Time -image is not about thinking of explaining how this works or how to use it in a non-crystallizing order. Accordingly, based on the relationship between time-image and tension in the analysis, Charlie Kaufman's film I'm Thinking of Ending Things (2020) is about a philosophical analysis regarding the concept of time-image from a Deleuzian perspective. This study analyzes the movie, which was chosen for its time-image cinema, within the framework of the concepts of chronosigns, in which chronological connections are broken with the category of a cinematic sign, which Deleuze expresses as lectosigns. The analysis of the case film through the philosophical concepts expressed in the theoretical part of the study is thought to contribute to the cinema literature by considering the limitations of studies in this field.