There's something about the Safdie Brothers that is so interesting and alluring. I can't describe why exactly, but I love their short films, even if I wasn't crazy about Good Time upon first viewing. This little documentary is an awesome look into them as people, as artists, as collaborators, and is all at the same time informative, heartbreaking, sad, and inspirational.
The honesty in which they go about things, and the honesty of which their short films have is resounding. Even if it doesn't all make sense, you feel it.
So excited to watch these guys keep making movies.