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Screening - I Think We're Alone Now

Sunday, February 07, 2010
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Movies on a Big Screen
Location Details:
Movies on a Big Screen at The Guild. 2828 35th St, Sacramento (corner of 35th & Broadway)

February 7, 2010
7:30 pm
MOBS at The Guild, 2828 35th St, Sacramento (corner of 35th & Broadway)
Admission: $5.00

The first of two weeks celebrating Valentine's Day! Yep, we sure do love the holidays!

I Think We're Alone Now

Yes, this is the documentary we showed previously, and one of the stalkers featured in the film was in attendance for a Q&A. As far as we know, that will not be happening this time, so if that kept you away, here's a good chance to catch this!

Every celebrity deals with his or her share of obsessed fans. 'I Think We're Alone Now' is a documentary that focuses on two individuals, Jeff and Kelly, who claim to be in love with the 80's pop singer Tiffany.

Jeff Turner, a 50-year-old man from Santa Cruz, California has attended Tiffany concerts since 1988. Diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, he never had a girlfriend. Jeff spends his days hanging out on the streets of Santa Cruz, striking up conversations with anyone who has a moment to spare.

Kelly McCormick is a 35-year-old intersex person from Denver, Colorado, who claims to have been friends with Tiffany as a teenager. She credits Tiffany as the shining star who has motivated her to do everything in her life. Both Jeff and Kelly have been labeled stalkers by the media and other Tiffany fans.

This film takes you inside the lonely lives these two characters, revealing the source of their clinging obsessions. This age-old story of unrequited love takes a comedic and emotional trip through themes of desperation, isolation, and hope, in the end showing that having something, or someone, to believe in can be more powerful than anything reality has to offer.

"...more disturbing than "Blindness," "The Happening," and "Doomsday" put together. Never before have you gotten this close to stalkers -- and you'll never want to get this close again." - AMC, who also ranked it #5 in their list of Top 10 Horror Movies of 2008! Yeah, and it's not a horror movie - but it's that disturbing!

"I Think We're Alone Now" provides a fascinating window into a nebulous zone where fan fever uncomfortably hovers between harmless obsession and dangerous lunacy... anyone with even the slightest interest in challenging documentaries or the cult of celebrity should seek it out. - TwitchFilm

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