Review: 'The Vandal' is suspenseful, funny drama

Published on NewsOK Modified: January 31, 2013 at 7:33 pm •  Published: January 31, 2013

Maybe because the bus stop is next to a cemetery and a hospital, the boy speaks a lot about people who've died, creating wild metaphors connecting Doritos and dreams and death. Grenier's character eventually imparts that anger is "a standalone for me. I don't think it's gotta be part of a process, a larger process. I think it can be its own thing."

In addition to the terrific acting, the design team aids mightily, especially with lighting, in creating an eerie, unsettling atmosphere in ordinary-seeming locations. Between the Jim Beam and the beer, secrets are revealed, feelings are shared and some mysteries are solved while others deepen.



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