Boy meets girl in Bellflower, an indie drama and twisted love story from first-time writer-director Evan Glodell that hits cinemas August 5. Boy also helps construct first a flamethrower and then a souped-up, fire-spurting, Mad Max-style car in preparation for the post-apocalypse. “I saw The Road Warrior when I was really young and would fantasize about the apocalypse,” admits Glodell, who also stars in the Sundance-screened film.
The result is a movie that is as visually and psychologically intense as it is hard to sum up – although you can get some flavor of Glodell’s baby by checking out the new Bellflower trailer below.
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