This is the second Eric Dyson film I've had the pleasure of catching during its award-winning festival run. A sharp departure from his dramatic Baby Steps, Appy Days thrusts us into a Twilight Zonesque creative spin with added snarky humor illustrating a superbly cast family ensnared by phones and social media to the degree that they seem lost in another dimension... all but one, who makes an imaginative play to recover the family values of yore in brilliant use of a found object. The contrast of Dyson's Baby Steps and Appy Days demonstrates his diverse talent and confirms him a writer and director in full command of his craft. I can't wait to see what he produces next!
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