I'll be honest, i didn't expect to like this, but i really did. It does what a lot of Indie movies fail to do, make do with what the have. The acting was decent, the story was pretty great, the only reason i don't find it a five star is because of the slightly predictable ending and the amount of attention given to the director (which is fine, it just off-balanced itself a bit) and another thing but i don't want to spoil anything.
It's a pretty great story of a director who needs to get a job that pays more, so he does crime scene filming. His buddy who works with him as his "producer" wants him to try and make a name for himself in crime scene footage. During the movie it flashes to a courtroom where they are clearly on trial for something we aren't quite sure of for the first bit of the movie. They meet a crime scene cleaner who seems to notice more than the cops investigating the crime. It's far more humorous and interesting than i'm describing.
Since it is free on prime right now, it's worth a watch, i wouldn't pay the rental fee, unless you watch the trailer and think it's up your alley. I again have to say this is a wonderful example of what can be achieved when you enjoy what you do, because it really shows, everyone acted well, the shots were set up well, the writing, the directing.