Stories of drama (not horror or sci fi, as you make think from the previous Plot Description), that vaguely over lap into one another. An animal dies & a woman grieves. A man is interviewed by a reporter. Some kids play computer games. A group rehearse a song. A man goes to the house of a man he met in a Bar, to party with his friends. A family have a house intruder. A man stabs a rabbit. That's pretty much it, in a nutshell. It's a Drama.Written by
The Dark End of The Street is a film that will remind those who grew up in the suburbs of a simpler time. Told through the lens of multiple characters and families in a small town, the film slowly but surely intertwines each narrative to each other. Never in a forced way, but in a subtle and realistic way. By the end of the film you have a strong sense of each character, regardless of how much screentime they got. Strong debut film, certainly a film maker worth watching.
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