The most interesting thing going on in movies this weekend isn’t a summer blockbuster. It’s a film that cost less than Batman’s catering bill — a decade-in-the-making labor of love from an Indiana filmmaker named B.D. Kuchera. Full disclosure: I worked on the film’s initial shoot, thirteen years ago; and the director is my brother. Impartial I am not. But it’s part of my job to shine a light on important local cinema; and I feel safe in saying that if I knew nothing about the film — if I just walked into a theater, blind — I would have staggered out confused, frustrated, incensed, and absolutely sure I’d seen something new under the sun.