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“Jonathan” offers a sci-fi concept packaged as a meditative drama. It’s the first feature-length effort from co-writer/director Bill Oliver, who doesn’t push too hard on the cerebral aspects of the story, looking to generate a more emotional journey for a strange tale of fractured identity. “Jonathan” takes time to get where it’s going, and it’s debatable of the final destination is worth the journey, but Oliver achieves a level of introspection and askew gamesmanship that’s compelling, making the endeavor just bizarre enough to hold attention while he works on creating dimensional characters capable of sustaining a premise that, at any moment, threatens to turn into an episode of “The Twilight Zone.”  Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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