Review: Night Music (2010)
Sometimes in my movie review travels, I come across a nice little gem. Night Music (2010), directed by Blair Hayes and starring Boti Bliss, Guy Birtwhistle, and Andrew C. Fisher, is one of those. This is not a movie that will set the world on fire, but it’s a tight, taut little one-act number that is so worth the 45 minutes it will take to watch it. Fortunately, you can watch it on YouTube. Read the review and then check out the film.
NIGHT MUSIC, the 2010 feature film from director Blair Hayes, centers around one confrontational evening in a beautiful mansion between former friends Leo, Jon, and Tricia. A tense little thriller, NIGHT MUSIC grew from a one act play, and the limited sets, dialogue driven character development, and the complicated relationships between the characters reflect this fact. But don’t be fooled – while a small movie and a story in microcosm, the lack of car chases and explosions offer a refreshing oasis in the cluttered landscape of cineplex blockbusters. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST