State's Evidence Reviews
Intriguing, complex, disturbing and yet very satisfying.
great performances, characters and story.
Ending is very heartbreaking.
Its a film about teenage suicide, and how it liberates you, but ultimately, given the option of no consequences for your actions, changes everyone in a different way. Possibly the most disturbing thing about the film is how it somehow made sense, and you felt compassion for people you ordinarily wouldnt.
90% of the time, indie films try to be blockbusters without the budget, but this is a prime example of why more indie cinema should be watched. It forces the scriptwriters and the director to come up with something unique.
Part of me is appalled that I even watched the movie in its entirety.
The message is complex, dark and very disturbing; as is the context in which it is delivered.
The movie was well written/directed and the cinematography was exceptional.
The main character played by Douglas Smith was awesome.