SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Letters From the Big Man' Presents an Evolved Sasquatch Rendered with Earnestness and Filmmaking Skill
This is clearly not a creature feature made for everyone, but for a fortunate few, it will feel like a cleansing in nature.
PARK CITY -- The myth of the Sasquatch has intrigued filmmakers for years, but the creature has always been depicted as a kind of a wooly monster. Not surprisingly, iconoclastic director Christopher Munch has taken a different tack in Letters From the Big Man. His Sasquatch is a more evolved creature with mystical communication skills. Such an interpretation might seem airy-fairy were it not rendered with such earnestness and filmmaking skill. This is clearly not a film made for everyone, but for a fortunate few, it will feel like a cleansing in nature.
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