Here's a movie that starts in your face and, amazingly, keeps coming at you. That's a good thing. show more
A daring feature debut by Evan Glodell, Bellflower looks like it was shot with the digital equivalent of a Brownie box camera, and generates an almost palpable aura of anxiety. show more
Bellflower has plenty of rough edges and it suffers from a bad case of hipper-than-thou-ness. But it's a triumph. show more
Im still waiting for something good to happen, but it never does.
Great acting compelling yet simple story about two best friends trying to find their place in life and doing their own thing. It keeps you guessing always attentive throughout the entire film. I really enjoyed it.
One of the most interesting love/friendship stories of characters stuck in the rut of being mid 20\'s and not knowing where or what you are going to do with your life. Loved the filming techniques and the characters (all good acting)