Shaky camera work? Racking out of focus more often than in-focus? Lousy lighting? Bad framing?
Does your movie look like you’ve never held a camera before?
Call it “you-are-there cinema verité.”
Critics will marvel at your originality.
Example: Andrea Arnold’s WUTHERING HEIGHTS, 2011.
Just get somebody in New York to write you a good review and your future is secure.
FORGOTTEN HERO was shot while I stood on one foot, rubbed my head and recited the alphabet backwards while the actors were trying to say their dialogue.
This movie will be a critic’s sensation!