Sunday, October 14, 2012

Program 37: Turtle Hill, Brooklyn

Turtle Hill, Brooklyn tells a relatable story that will feel familiar to anyone who's been in a long-term relationship, facing the difficult transition from simply dating into a potential lifelong commitment. The film's director, Ryan Gielen will be in attendance.


Opinion8r said...

I think this film could have been edited and tightened quite a bit, especially in the first part of the party scene. You were losing me (interest-wise) with the endless video greetings by various party guests, many of whom you had no context as to their relationship with the main character. The ending was spot-on perfect and I have to say I've never experienced a movie that ends in that particular way.

Chris Mc. said...

I was so-so on this one. After seeing such well-made films Thursday through Saturday, this was a bit of a let down. To add to what Opinion8r said, there are so many extra characters in this that you get lost trying to keep track of who is who, or who is important. It did get better toward the end. Good soundtrack.