All Luke and his mom have are two garbage bags full of clothes, and two tickets out of town on the midnight Greyhound. Like he’s assembling a puzzle, Luke has to figure out the why of it — all before the person they’re running from puts together the pieces.
Nick Kush: In my mind, the true star of Runon is Adam Newport-Berra, the cinematographer, who continues his fantastic work after films such as The Last Black Man in San Francisco (arguably the best-looking movie of 2019). Filming the short in one continuous take and showcasing all the grime and grit of the bus station late at night, Newport-Berra and director Daniel Kaufman expertly convey that with every second Luke and his Mom waste, danger creeps closer.
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