Indie comedies have always held a special place in people’s hearts.
What sets them apart from mainstream comedy movies is a certain off-centre quirkiness; those character-driven storylines with darker undertones and diverse perspectives on life.
They’re catagorised by independent production and a significantly smaller budget – but those limitations are usually the film’s biggest asset.
It forces filmmakers to think more carefully about the story they’re trying to tell. As such, the dialogue is often smarter and the viewing… Read the full story