Josh Osborne


  • This documentary weaves a darkly comic tale whose characters could have come straight out of a Coen brothers film-but they're real.

    The Week
  • KNEE DEEP’s most impressive achievement, to me, is how deep, ambiguous and fleshed-out its characters are.

    The Phoenix
  • KNEE DEEP is remarkable not only for its extraordinary story, but for the frank honesty of Josh's friends, girlfriend and neighbors, who all offer different shades of sympathy and perspective.

    United Features Syndicate
  • At times KNEE DEEP plays like a real-life version of My Name is Earl and its lens on these misbegotten kids, with their Budweiser T-shirts and bad teeth, won’t do much to heal the red-state-blue-state divide.