by Warren Curry
If nothing else, Joe Swanberg deserves credit for his work rate. He’s made one feature film per year since 2005 and, for better or worse, is viewed as a pioneer of the mumblecore genre. “Uncle Kent,” his sixth feature, should increase his exposure a bit as it’s the director’s first effort to screen at the Sundance Film Festival. I still have yet to see his first two films, but Swanberg’s latest continues his trend of becoming less accessible with each new release.
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