The Vast of Night (2019)

Putting a debut together is no easy feat. Though, doing so completely independently and without any financial backing or a grant is a whole new kind of challenge. However, most often the resulting films will require a massive adjustment of expectations on behalf of the viewer in order to be enjoyed, appreciated or admired. One has to look past the cheap aesthetic, amateurish performances or any other kinds of shortcomings stemming from the veritable lack of experience behind the camera or money to sass up the production value.  

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