Matt Hurt’s review published on Letterboxd :
I went in mostly blind and was not expecting such a dark movie. I really enjoyed it for that. The movie was shot in Indiana and, at the risk of being a broken record, this is the kind of movie that showcases what filming in Indiana can do to the look and feel of a movie. It looked great.
I was really impressed with the camerawork and directing in this movie. The film has a style to it that exudes a ton of confidence behind the camera and makes me really eager to see more from director David McCracken.
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