Buffalo '66 ★★★½

The only way I can describe this film is by calling it odd
At points, it reminded me of a much tamer Good Time, particularly due to Vincent Gallo acting his ass off
The writing begins shaky, but slowly but surely it accentuates the rest of the film
What truly blew me away was the blocking, particularly at the dinner table, and a lot of the editing
This is low budget creativity at its peak, but it definitely felt uneven
The first half is much more captivating than the second half, and although I loved the final moments, it took a while to get there
However, going with the theme of the film, there’s a ton of bad events that could make any particular event or person, but the one shining light could bring it all together; luckily, this film has quite a few shining lights

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