I watched this last night and was impressed. I read that the writer/director Andrew Patterson financed this himself for $700,000. It is a good example of making limitations work as strengths. SPOILER: A specific example of this in the movie is the old black guy telling the story on the radio. A straight forward dramatization would have shown a flashback of him and other workers cleaning up the debris and then getting sick later, possibly from radiation. But with him telling the story there are the extra layers of (1) is he a crank or (2) is he telling something the government or others want to cover up, and (3) when he gets disconnected is that because of them? It gets into that whole late night radio vibe of wondering whether any of it is true. It is also an interesting counter-example to the "show don't tell" rule, which is usually a good one, but doesn't always have to be followed.
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