Nearly a decade after occupation by an extraterrestrial force, the lives of a Chicago neighborhood on both sides of the conflict are explored. In a working-class Chicago neighborhood occupied by an alien force for nine years, increased surveillance and the restriction of civil rights have given rise to an authoritarian system - and dissent among the populace.Written by
The coin Gabriel uses to make a pay phone call (at 40m 30s) is a "Standing Liberty" silver quarter, issued between 1916 and 1930. See more »
Security camera footage of Gabriel's interrogation indicates the events of the film are happening in July, but the costumes and scenery throughout the film clearly indicate the story is taking place during winter. See more »
During the beginning of the end credits, a map of the world is shown with listed locations where human rebellions have achieved victory against the aliens, across America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. See more »
Written by Peter Warren
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Slowly gets better
The movie starts off really slow and difficult to keep engaged. At the middle of the movie things begin to develop. By the end you look back and see how the storyline was constructed. Decent movie but expected more substance.
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