‘Are we alone?’: a soporific déjà vu post-apocalyptic that wastes the talents of Peter bad griesbach and Elle Fanning

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    'are We alone?': a soporific déjà vu post-apocalyptic that wastes the talents of Peter bad griesbach and Elle Fanning

    in The same way that happens in the road movies, where the physical journey is of no relevance, turning all the importance of the story in the inner journey of its main characters and their transformation through the same; in the film post-apocalyptic rarely care about the reasons that have brought the world to its collapse, taking advantage of the circumstances to explore the psyches of the characters affected by the tragedy.

    This maximum is followed to the letter by the Emmy award winner Reed Morano‘The tale of the maid’— in his second feature film after the forgotten —and forgettable— ‘Inside the pain’; a ‘are We alone?’ —’I Think We’re Alone Now’— that is star because of its narrative sterile and despairing and of its inverse sense of the crescendo —going from most to least— despite the palpable good hand of his director hidden behind the camera.

    it Is a real pity that ‘are We alone?’there ended up being a little more than a poster more than attractive in which, in addition to the name of Morano, include Elle Fanning, Peter bad griesbach, Paul Giamatti, and Charlotte Gainsbourg. A litany of star totally missed by the whims of a Mike Makowsky hell-bent on confusing atmosphere with passivity.

    Because, along the seemingly eternal 90 minutes in the duration of the film, the dramatic progression of the same is as invisible as the evolution of the characters flat and lost among the persistent lectures about the loneliness and the grief of the last man on earth; attractive in the first instance, but something heartbreaking when you not allow you to advance the story.

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    it Is especially annoying is the feeling of being before a tape in the seems not to pass absolutely nothing until the arrival of a third act whimsical and off the cuff, whose rotation, although original, it’s completely random and lacking in strength. Especially if we take into consideration the virtues that hides among your dullness, and passed by a few performers who strive to extract the maximum possible from their work —the first few bars of bad griesbach, silent and alone, are fantastic— and for one direction of Reed Morano who returns to prove your talent by planning with precision.

    But the remarkable bill from the film —remember that Sundance is lifted up, not in vain, with the Special Jury Award for excellence in film— fails to disguise a lack of originality and a hollow-level plot to bury a speech that could have been highly interesting to not feel that the soul of the movie is as empty as the streets of the town in which he settles down.

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    ‘Are we alone?’: a soporific déjà vu post-apocalyptic that wastes the talents of Peter bad griesbach and Elle Fanning
    Source: www.vayatele.com  
    October 9, 2018

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