Street smart, uncompromising, sexy, bitter, funny, feminist and beyond all else, raw, Low Low is an indie film that strives to say so much, often through nothing but subtext and casual banter alone. It’s a beautiful and honest piece that depicts the rough slice of life four woman have carved out for themselves in a tired, suburban world, managing to do so with genuine finesse. Patient writing and gut wrenching performances from all the leading women (special mentions go to Ali Richey and Kacie Rogers) help lure the viewer into the story and get them thoroughly invested in the nuanced conflicts that threaten to tear any happiness these girls have found clean in two. This page has low low 2019, watch online, low low 2019 free download, full movie hd.
It’s not a perfect film per se, and it doesn’t intend to be. It’s messy, it has cracks, it’s dirty… just like the lives of its four leads, and these “imperfections” ultimately yield truth and empathy that so many indie films today genuinely lack. It isn’t an easy watch, for the girls have a tough go of it throughout, but that’s life, and that’s what I appreciated the most. This movie is a breath of fresh air, and even if it’s cold, biting air that comes along in the dead of winter and stings just a bit, it’s hugely refreshing nonetheless. Filmxy has Low Low (2019) Online Full Movie, Low Low (2019) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Ali Richey, Alexis Raich, Kacie Rogers
I had the good fortune to see this movie over the Labor Day weekend and attend a Q&A with the director after the show. I have no connection to any of the film makers or actors, so this is a review from a regular movie-goer, albeit one who does prefer indy films. If you have a chance to see this movie, either in the theater or through a purchase, it would be well worth your time and money.
It is a lovely movie about four good friends in a pivot point between their high school years and what lies beyond. The film deftly explores how hard it is to stay in a hometown and a life, and how hard it can be to leave. In those scenes, I found myself comparing the film favorably to the 2017 film “Columbus” as both explore what it is like for young women to make decisions that remove them from caring for friends and family. What impressed me about “Low Low” was the depiction of how women care for each other and how they express that care through their actions. It is also a beautiful film, at times, to just sit an watch, reminding me of “Tangerine” in its cinematography. It is likely one I will seek out and see again.