A Dim Valley – Raindance Film Festival Review

In a dark valley in eastern Kentucky, two biology graduates, constantly surrounded by the haze of weeds, look for rare butterflies. You will not only find three fairies in disguise, but above all love.

A summer research project done by a biologist and his two stoner alumni in the gorgeous landscapes of some Kentucky forests turns into a strange fairy tale you didn't know you needed badly – even if you're honest, yours is limited Know about Kentucky your local KFC's menu and you will have nothing to do with rare butterflies.

From his nostalgic look at an almost forgotten before – a world before the pandemic full of strange encounters, nocturnal conversations and unconstrained travel in the case of the literal and metaphorical protagonists of the film – to the beauty and pain of exchanging charged glances & # 39; A Dim Valley & # 39; is a much-needed reminder that everything – for both the characters in the film and the world – will be fine in the world. However, you need the help of three magical fairies to finally respond to the end.

And in the meantime? Sit back, relax and enjoy your hike through the mysterious paths of the dark valley.

Martyna Ratnik BA Film and Film Studies, London College of Communication

A Dim Valley flows during the Raindance Film Festival.

About Raindance

Raindance aims to promote and support independent filmmakers and filmmakers.

Raindance connects, trains, supports and encourages visual storytellers at every step of their career.

The Raindance Film Festival takes place every autumn in London's Leicester Square.

Raindance has offered film training since 1992. A wide range of open classes through to a 2-year HND Level 5 BTEC in Moving Images for a postgraduate film degree is offered to students on five continents both in person and online.


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