If cinemas audiences knew a film was made on a low budget, perhaps they wouldn't judge it in the same way they judge ones with huge budget productions. Or should any and every film entertain/intrigue audience to the same level regardless of cost? I'm thinking about "Locke" as a recent example. I went to see it with a friend in the cinema, with an audience of the general public. Whilst brilliantly acted, my friend thought it was one of the worst films he'd ever seen. Several people in the audience walked out halfway through. Several others moaned afterwards and a few asked staff for their money back. Another friend went to see it at an industry showing, where everybody praised how much had been achieved in so short a filming schedule on a relatively low budget. What's the answer?