Graham Reznick Ventures into the Genre Woods and Twists Out the Unique 'I Can See You'

Baltimore City Paper | November 3, 2009
I Can See You takes its characters out to the woods for the scare of their lives, but it isn't overly concerned with subtext. Reznick draws on the non-narrative avant-garde for inspiration; ultimately, his movie has as much in common with David Lynch's weirdest moments or Stan Brakhage as The Blair Witch Project.

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