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Despite those flaws, it's an impressive low-budget indie effort, boasting a strong sense of atmosphere that marks its writer-director-actor as a talent to watch.
Although a third act reveal doesn't quite pack the intended punch, "Bullitt County" nevertheless propels its characters in some unanticipated, intriguing directions.
The problem is the script, which isn't up to the level of the filmmaking-much less the acting, by a crackling ensemble of new and established players who deserve to become better known as a result of their work here.
Every now and then, a line or a subtle moment in someone's performance has some truth in it, but little is sustained in Bullitt County.
McCracken's creative topsy-turvy script and the atmospheric tension it provides in its edgy storytelling gives Bullitt County its riveting rawness as a compelling character study set against the bloody boundaries of organic thrills.
Disappointing on a number of levels.
[I]t's hard to sympathize with characters who have only learned how to cover up their misdeeds.
Bullitt County almost becomes two separate entities in the process, one half comedic romp and the other a bloody depiction of human nature left festering. The second part is vastly more interesting.
With its fight-for-the-money story and theme about the destructive nature of alcoholism, Bullitt County proves to be a clever indie with real substance underneath its twisting, turning plot.
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