Snow on tha Bluff Reviews
At some point the main characters, scenes and sequences become more or less than low life ghetto thug filth. Eventually the movie turns towards an inescapable feeling of bleakness and hopelessness which puts everything into focus. Snow on the Bluff left a bitter taste in my mouth about the harsh reality of what is. With well placed scenes and direction character Snow gradually turns from an inarguably unlikable character to someone who's situation we learn to sympathize with.
What's good about this movie is how real it feels with the handheld camera approach. Movies like Snow on Tha Bluff prove that there are still avenues for it. This movie shows the hood life like few are able to do. I don't know if these are truly real events or not, and it doesn't really matter because it is true regardless. Shit like this happens everyday in countless cities.
I liked this movie for the most part. It's a short movie about dope dealing and killing people, so it's not for everyone. This shows a side of life in America that most people rather just look the other way from. If you're into the hood setting for films, you can't go wrong with Snow on Tha Bluff. It's definitely worth a look.