Set in the waning years of the Jim Crow South, Nick Chakwin and David Guglielmo’s No Way to Live presents a tightly wound thriller that delivers a solid noir experience with plenty of twists and turns to keep audiences on their toes.
No Way to Live is a nasty little indie thriller that begins as a tragic story of love in a time when it was forbidden but evolves into something more akin to Natural Born Killers than Loving. It’s a surprising turn of events and certainly one worth checking out. Plus, it has a bunch of great split diopter shots and Larry Fessenden as a skeezy redneck…can you guess if he gets killed?
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