Have you seen the acclaimed 2005 Johnny Cash biopic Walk the Line?
Ever thought what it might be like had the director of a movie about the inventor of the windshield wiper botched the formula used in Walk the Line in an attempt to document the career of late country music pioneer Hank Williams?
Has it crossed your mind what Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen do when they’re not off making Marvel blockbusters?
Are you able to sit through approximately a half hour of confusing, tedious, badly edited scenes before emitting an exhaustive sigh at the fact that an hour and a half still remain?
I suppose, then, if the answer to all these questions is yes, then I Saw The Light is for you.
Not for me. End of review.