The most important thing a movie has to strive for probably is involvement. If a viewer doesn’t feel involved in what is happening to the characters, they probably won’t enjoy your film.
There are several ways to create that involvement: strong, deep characters, shocking events that grab you or by creating a believable world. Unfortunately White Bird in a Blizzard does not manage to do any of these, despite the fact that the mother of the main character suddenly vanishes. Continue reading