There is often a difference in standards between what makes a “great film” and “great indie films”. This handicap that is offered to independent movies can be encouraging to budding filmmakers who are just exploring their art form, but it can stifle the maturation of those that need to face critics with the kid gloves off. Bethany Brooke Anderson and the team of Burning Kentucky don’t just fight fair, they throw the gloves away. This page has burning kentucky 2019, watch online, burning kentucky 2019 free download, full movie hd.
I have had the distinct pleasure of seeing this film at three separate showings, and what sets it apart from its competition at every festival is that it has true staying power. It is a raw, earnest, and truthful account of some of the darkest issues that plague rural Kentucky communities. Anderson masterfully combines her own true Kentucky experience with an unparalleled attention to detail as she weaves an enrapturing and bone-chilling tale of prejudice and passion in a small Eastern Kentucky town. Enhanced by the stunningly truthful set design by Art Director/Production Designer Lauren (Lala) Argo (another KY native), and an artful soundtrack featuring the entrancingly gritty music of Bone Acre, no viewing of the film is quite the same. Also Filmxy has Burning Kentucky (2019) Online Full Movie, Burning Kentucky (2019) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle.
Naturally, a major contribution to Burning Kentucky’s success is its diverse cast. With both local performers and actors from across the United States, Anderson creates an awe-inspiringly sincere set of characters to nail a challenging script. In her film debut, leading actress Emilie Dhir (Aria) delivers a flawless performance devoid of any pretention or flair. The subtle expressivity she brings to each of her lines is at once chilling and empathetic, which come to serve the film gorgeously as it reaches quite an emotional climax. Likewise, John Pyper-Ferguson’s role as the small town’s alcoholic Sheriff leaves the viewer feeling both immense sympathy and discomfort, as the seasoned actor brings a dynamic performance to rival any academy award winner. Together, the characters tell a story of innocence, passion, love, hate, fear, and ignorance that leaves me eager for another viewing as soon as the credits roll.
To say that Burning Kentucky is worth a watch is a drastic understatement. As a Kentucky native and (self-proclaimed) cinephile, I am mesmerized by the truth and vulnerability placed into every frame of this film, and I feel honored to have had such a brilliant piece produced by artists in my community. It is my pleasure to rate this film a 10 out of 10, five stars, 2 thumbs up, whatever phraseology one wishes to use, and I emphatically encourage any prospective viewers to see it at the earliest possible opportunity. As Aria likes to say that “a fox ain’t a chicken,” I am happy to say that Burning Kentucky ain’t just a good indie film. It’s truly a film to be reckoned with.