This unusual film about children running amok amongst several motels adjacent to Walt Disney World without any supervision appears to have been shot on a handheld camera and seemingly lacks any discernable script with which to assemble a premise of any sort.  If you like movies that open with kids somewhere around the age of seven swearing and hocking far too many loogies to count on parked cars, I suppose, then, that The Florida Project is for you.  Willem Dafoe in a supporting role says some lines, Caleb Landry Jones plays a character who doesn’t make me want to vomit and Lorne Balfe gets a soundtrack credit despite an apparent absence of any score whatsoever. 

I didn’t finish it.  Was The Florida Project even a movie?