The Case of the No Good Low-Down Creep, a LoFi Film Noir Classic

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The Case of the No Good Low Down Creep is a path-breaking blend of lo-fi music and film noir that finds its true meaning in the layered characters traversing through the dark alleyways of 1940s Los Angeles. It has a bit of Hitchcock in it, a bit of 21st-century ennui and a whole lot of genius.

Directed by Jay Carney and Penny Towers (USA)

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