“Open Five” is a loamy, bittersweet ramble through the emotional and practical tangles of its young artists’ lives as well as through the inner and outer life of Memphis itself, with its vigorous musical scene and its gospel churches and Graceland itself — The New Yorker
Now showing Open Five on Spamflix. Characterized as a "mumblecore" film for its naturalistic acting, emphasis on dialogue and a focus on personal relationships of young adults, director Kentucker Audley delivers a charming and raw story. With Amy Seimetz (Upstream Color, Alien: Covenant, She Dies Tomorrow). Cinematographed by Joe Swanberg (creator of the comedy series Easy).
A blend of reality and fiction film that follows a struggling musician and his sidekick, a maker of "poor" films and what happens when two girls venture down to Memphis for a long weekend.