As critics, we often forget the time, effort and sheer force of will needed to actually turn a film from a concept into a reality. The fact is, even with behind the scenes documentaries, most people miss all the hard work and headaches that go into the production. While film producers and directors make it a point to note how tricky it is to make a complete, let alone good, film, but it often falls on deaf ears. It doesn’t matter the process of making it if the end result isn’t good, right? Right?
Let’s take a look at Let Me Out.
A review copy was provided by FUNimation Entertainment.