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Alone (V) (2004)

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In an isolated world, one man pursues the woman of his dreams. Alone reveals the story of Peter Shipke, a quiet man with a haunted past who earns his living evicting tenants from their New ... See full summary »

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Peter as child
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In an isolated world, one man pursues the woman of his dreams. Alone reveals the story of Peter Shipke, a quiet man with a haunted past who earns his living evicting tenants from their New York apartments. It's a satisfying job until he meets the beautiful Anya. She literally dives into his life at the local pool and becomes the focus of his fantasies. But when reality comes knocking at his door, Peter is forced to choose between the woman he loves and the job he can't escape. Written by Anonymous

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He had the world to himself...or so he thought.

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21 September 2004 (USA)  »

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$129,000 (estimated)
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Heady, evocative exploration of the subconscious
16 November 2004 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

The interior life of a lonely man is examined through the bizarre things that occur in his daily life, leading to a realization about his past. The depiction of his existence is authentically dream-like, yet encourages us to accept it all as reality, which makes this unique effort one of the more interesting short film efforts, with terrific performances by the leading actors. The film is also beautifully photographed, and contains odd and sometimes disturbing images which will remain in the viewers' subconscious well after seeing it. These "weird" images fit right in to the questions the film requires you to ask, such as: what is the human mind capable of experiencing, and how much of it is utterly real to everyone concerned?


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