Edgerton has produced a film that is true to his talent as an actor, writer and director and wears multiple hats valiantly.
The entire 90 minute runtime you feel like you're having an acute asthma attack, your breath always just barely out of reach.
How can we speak of ourselves as a free people when the government gives themselves the right to decide who we can love? These are the questions at the center of this quietly wonderful film.
Here we have one hell of a directorial debut that takes what starts as an obvious trope but takes a few sharp turns into unexpected territory, and those uncharted waters make some big waves.