Small Town Murder Songs is the second feature film from Canadian writer-director Ed Gass-Donnelly. The film follows Walter (Peter Stormare), the sheriff of an Ontario Mennonite town, as he investigates the murder of a young woman while trying to deal with his own inner demons. With solid performances and grim cinematography, mixed with powerful music courtesy of Canadian rockers Bruce Peninsula, it’s an intense film reminiscent of the early work of the Coen brothers.
Bamcat spoke with Gass-Donnelly about Small Town Murder Songs, listen to our audio interview below (10:20 in length).
And here is the trailer for Small Town Murder Songs: