I Think We’re Alone Now

93m, DCP, U.S.

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Screened September 14–20, 2018

There doesn’t seem to be anyone around… except Del (Peter Dinklage), survivor of a mysterious apocalypse, who decides to make the most of his newfound solitude. That is, until he runs into Grace (Elle Fanning), a bubbly teenager who all but upends his solemn routine. This somber but touching two-hander from director Reed Morano (The Handmaid’s Tale)—who also serves as her own cinematographer—is a visually striking portrait of loss transcended through an unlikely friendship. A Momentum Pictures release

Official Selection: Sundance Film Festival

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