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Film Review - I Think We're Alone Now


“I Think We’re Alone Now” deals with a largely undefined post-apocalyptic world. However, screenwriter Mike Makowsky doesn’t go for violent wasteland ideas with feral characters, instead examining the limits of loneliness and the comfort of routine when all else is lost. It’s more of a personality piece than a customary story, at least for the first two acts, providing a spare but compelling inspection of an empty world, and how such vastness of quiet is processed by the two people left to experience it. Director Reed Morano follows up her achingly sincere 2015 picture, “Meadowland,” with something more mysterious, and while she fumbles the landing, the helmer does create spaces, emotional and geographical, worth exploring.  Read the rest at


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