And Then I Go



Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 100%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 445


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Melanie Lynskey as Janice
Justin Long as Tim
Carrie Preston as Ms. Arnold
Melonie Diaz as Ms. Meier
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835.98 MB
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1hr 39 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by markpenney1976-28-188091 9 / 10

Very realistic

The acting and filmmaking are very realistic. It's almost like you're watching a documentary. A very important film to see and talk about in today's climate of tragic school shootings in America. Addressing bullying, the consequences of a destructive friendship on a young mind, adolescent alienation and the hardship in processing or communicating inner pain and turmoil as a result, and an adult generation that may be hearing but not actually listening.

Reviewed by djrobe 6 / 10

Good, but not better than Elephant (2003)

It's younger kids and they don't own a computer or smart phone totally unbelievable....9 & 10 year olds own a smart phone or play games on a Ipad. The acting and directing was good. This movie was either about gun control or being bullied.

Reviewed by jnathanj 9 / 10

The Lonlieness of Adolescence, Close and Honestly Seen

This film, dark and spare in the script and the actual cinematographic light cast on its main characters, succeeds in getting the viewer inside every character.

It makes clear the gnarly inchoate incompetence and pain of being thirteen year-old boys, friends since kindergarten, unsuccessful in 'socializing' in middle school.

Clear also is the wide gap parents try to bridge, when they try to fix their kids, objectify their children as problems to be solved by programs and processes, instead of wordless aimless love.

"And Then I Go" has a plot, which dimly echoes the Columbine school tragedy, but that echo isn't the point of the film at all.

It's about the hundreds of blows that being "othered" inflict upon a young and fragile sense of human worth, and the dark pearl that can rise from being hated or dismissed or being made small, a nick at a time.

It's about the tragedy of blind loyalty also. It's about a lot of things, some of which you will see, though I have missed.

Good movies are like that.

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