I was lucky enough to see "In the Blind" during a screening at Bard College showcasing a few films that were made in the Hudson Valley, and I must say I was blown away. Reminiscent of David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross or Cormac McCarthy's The Sunset Limited, this film takes place entirely in one location, and takes you for an emotional roller-coaster. The performances are near perfect, and the cinematography and set design were executed with great authenticity and precision. Taking place in the period of darkness just before dawn, the beautiful lighting is also something to take note of as it shifts into daylight throughout the entire film and acts as a catalyst to propel the well written narrative. It's power lies in it's simplicity. Truly a must see.
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