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KatieBird is not an easy watch. This girl takes some time to get going. After about twenty-five minutes the action seemed to kick in. During that time the constant “multi-paneling”, which takes split screen to a new level, might make you crazy. If that kind of thing bothers you then this is the wrong movie for you. I for one dug the fresh approach. When Katie Bird (Helene Udy) and Dr. Richardson (Todd Gordon) play their f*cked up games I felt this kind of editing worked very well. It draws you in and makes the experience a little more twisted. It also made a “cheap” independent movie feel not so cheap by forcing you to pay attention to the characters and not the production itself. Justin Paul Ritter shot his actors very close and very personal, sometimes using two of the same shots side by side; only one might be tweaked just a little. It made for a more claustrophobic watch and it worked very well.