Feb 18, 2021
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In 2018, Byron returned home from the Telluride Horror Show talking about a subtle yet disturbing film written, directed, edited, scored and shot by a guy over the course of almost seven years. A couple years later, we got the chance to talk about his film and its personal roots.
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