The Muriel Awards: Bellflower

by Scott Von Doviak

Bellflower (Evan Glodell) [14 points/1 vote]

Writer-director Evan Glodell literally takes a flamethrower to the conventions of the lo-fi indie romance in his debut feature Bellflower, announcing a breakthrough talent to be reckoned with in the process. The micro-budget mumblecore movies of recent years have their merits, but few of them possess the go-for-broke passion for all things cinema on display here.

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