Francis must reconcile his relationship with his abusive father who suffers from Huntington's Disease. Francis' younger brother, Ed--the cameraman--records their dysfunctional lives with his Super 8 camera.
How To Be Alone follows Lucy, as she struggles to survive an increasingly bizarre and horrifying night. Lucy most secret fears begin to manifest and attack her, she must fight for control of her mind, and ultimately her life.
One morning it's all over. "There's No More We", says Hampus ice cold to his fiance Adrian. For Hampus it's a total relief to break up from their destructive relationship, for Adrian it's ... See full summary »
It is her film. Scene by scene. Detail by detail. A story about loss and redemption and need to understand and profound fragility. Memories and a terrible tragedy . And the strong desire to understand. Jamieson Pearce gives more than an inspired adaptation but the realistic answer to a crisis familiar to many mothers. His second virtue - to choose for the lead role an admirable actress. And to use the flashbacks as delicate tools for an event who you feel from the first part growing up.
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