Just saw this film the other day. Not sure I really enjoyed it, but I am in awe of how professional it looked. Pretty amazing for a film that was supposedly in the can for only 25g's. I know a couple extra 100g were thrown in after it got bought at Sundance and this obviously helped, but I've seen other ultra low-budget films with similiar touch-ups that didn't look nearly this good (Brothers McMullen comes to mind).

It was just shot so well. Lots of locations, good camera angles, and well cut.

It honestly didn't feel like the ultra low-budget film it really was.

Anyone got the inside track on this production or how they did it?