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Film Review - A Dim Valley


Introductions are always important, helping the audience find the mood of the picture and begin to process characterizations as onscreen personalities start their journey. Writer/director Brandon Colvin isn’t a fan of such immediate impressions, opening the endeavor with ten minutes of a man getting hurt after falling off his bike, also showing a friend his ability to trigger a click in his jaw. This material represents a good portion of “A Dim Valley,” with Colvin in no hurry to introduce screen tension, motivations, or even a plot for this wandering effort, which is primarily about a marijuana-thwacked odyssey into the indie film unknown. “A Dim Valley” is strictly for audiences in an altered state of mind, working with vagueness to such a degree, I’m not even sure Colvin had anything written down before he started shooting the feature. Read the rest at


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