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Birch
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An over-populated, concrete-filled Los Angeles drives Maggie into fear and isolation. On the edge, her cries for change are neglected by her husband Ben. When she turns to her dysfunctional but affluent friends, Alex and Kyle, they propose an overnight camping trip to get away from the confines of the city and escape to the solitude of the mountains. Deep in the mountains, they encounter a self-proclaimed radical environmentalist, Birch. Although worlds apart, she and Maggie have an undeniable chemistry, encouraging Maggie to find her inner strength. New information sends the foursome on a journey where masks are ripped away and secrets are revealed. Accusations lead to violence, and desperation fuels an irreversible chain of events. Survival is uncertain... Written by Mandy Levin, Producer BananaSeat Films

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All Alone is Powerful and Moving
13 July 2012 | by (Los Angeles,CA) – See all my reviews

All Alone was more than I expected as far as a film is concerned, for the budget to have been low, it was a great use of its location. Set in Los Angeles I think it was a unique portrayal of life's struggle for inner peace, and serenity which on the busy streets of the moving energy that Los Angeles is, many would agree is a difficult struggle with many lessons that are to be learned. The characters are strong and constant, a huge feat for any writing, and this does the job superbly. The acting is definitely not amateur, showing the depth and importance of the skill needed. The directing is simple yet has a very distinct beauty. This is a not a movie full of special effects, and eye trickery, but it is a strong thriller built for the soul and the mind. I give all parties involved my two thumbs, and big toes up. When you take on the challenge of telling a story, you must appeal to all senses, and All Alone made its mark, the Indie Film was not cliché, and when you think thriller, we forget the chills that have been lost in the bigger budget films, sometimes less is more, and this is the example of that.


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