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A new prank-gone-awry flick aims to tell its tale through one character.
Variety reports that Shelby Young (THE SOCIAL NETWORK), Chloe Bridges, Carter Jenkins, Mitch Hewer (SKINS) and Taylor Murphy have joined NIGHTLIGHT, a new film from writer/directors Scott Beck and Bryan Wood. Set in a remote forest, NIGHTLIGHT revolves around five teens and a prank that goes awry over the course of one long night.
The site writes the, "story will be told from a singular point of view." As there's no elaboration, it could mean LADY IN THE LAKE-style, or found footage. As many found footage films lately seem to struggle with keeping the aesthetic justified and believable (the last half of CHRONICLE), it'd be intriguing to see the film go the strictly-POV route, as Franck Khalfoun's MANIAC remake is doing. Has the recent low-budget trend opened doors for more experimentation with the likes point-of-view storytelling?
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