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Review: I Think We’re Alone Now (2008)

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There are bizarre movies, and then there are movies that go even beyond that. I Think We’re Alone now is a part of the latter. I didn’t really have a clue on what to expect going in, but by the end of the short one-hour documentary, I was pleasantly surprised.

Jeff Turner and Kelly McCormick both love former pop-star Tiffany. Well, love may be an understatement. Obsessed would be a better description. Both are unusual in the fact that Turner has Asperger’s syndrome and McCormick is a hermaphrodite. The film follows these social castoff’s as they delve into their commitment to Tiffany and their desires to be closer to her. However, the obsession with Tiffany is quickly seen as just a way these two people are similar on the surface of things. It turns out this movie is a close look into the lives of who we call crazy and stalkers. It most certainly isn’t for everyone, but I think it is a very interesting movie, showing that there is alot underneath the surface of anyone.

My Rating: B+

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