Revenge, Success and 'Blue Ruin'

Revenge, Success and 'Blue Ruin'
A year ago, little-known writer-director-cinematographer Jeremy Saulnier was about to unveil his second feature, a low-budget revenge thriller called Blue Ruin, as part of Directors' Fortnight, a scrappy under-the-radar festival that's concurrently held down the street from the much-glitzier galas in Cannes. The Virginia native had worked on various aspects of others' below-the-radar films; his directorial debut, a Brooklyn-based horror movie called Murder Party (the tagline: "Everybody Dies….") won prizes at festivals in Canada and Colorado, then quietly disappeared. Before Saulnier made his new film, which charts the dark odyssey
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