All Alone: Who is Getting Out of the Woods Alive?

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Official Selection Santa Barbara International Film Festival 
Screening:  Friday, January 28th, 10 pm at the Lobero Theatre

 

Published on Apr 23, 2012

THE SYNOPSIS

Maggie is struggling. Living in Los Angeles has made her feel increasingly isolated and apprehensive, and her strained relationship with her husband Ben is offering little solace.

She hopes that a camping trip with her friend Alex and her successful husband Kyle will offer an opportunity to relax.
She couldn’t be more wrong.

After meeting a stranger in the woods, Maggie is soon confronted with a situation that she can’t quite grasp. She comes face to face with the dark side of some people in a very desperate place and ultimately is forced to make decisions
that will decide whether or not she survives.

All Alone is an intense, character-driven suspense that examines trust, relationships, desperation,
sex and asks the question, ‘how alone are we?’

And, most importantly, ‘who is getting out of the woods alive?’

THE PRODUCTION

Writer/Director:
Jon Cellini

Director of Photography:
Derek Fullagar

Assistant Director:
Brad Hvolbeck

Produced By:
BananaSeat Films
&
Messiah Jacobs

Make-up Artist / Wardrobe:
Karen Stein

Cast:
Suzy Coté
Mandy Levin
Beth Navarro
David Haydn-Jones
Brice Williams
with
Philippe Brenninkmeyer
John Worsham


Maggie Cavett

Caucasian, female, 33.  Struggling photographer, runner and vegetarian. Married to Ben for seven years and currently overwhelmed by the stresses of living in Los Angeles.

Odds of survival: 
12 to 1

Ben Cavett

Caucasian, male, 32.
High school English teacher who makes ends meet by teaching adult classes on weekends and hopes to someday teach at the university level. An intellectual, Ben’s married to Maggie but struggling to connect emotionally to her.

Odds of survival: 
4 to 1

Alex Manning

Caucasian, female, 35.  Trying to figure out what she wants to do with her life and taking Ben’s writing class on weekends. Married to Kyle for ten years and very comfortable with the lifestyle that marriage affords her. Now, roughing it for her is no room service.

Odds of survival:
10 to 1

Kyle Manning

Caucasian, male, 38. 
Very successful financial advisor and stockbroker. Knows how to succeed, except maybe with his marriage to Alex. Brutally honest. Appreciates a good bottle of wine and a fine automobile.

Odds of survival: 
3 to 1

Stranger

Caucasian, female, 25.  Spends long periods of time camping and hiking in the woods. No tent.
Actual occupation: unknown.
Sexual orientation: unknown. 

Odds of survival: 
8 to 7

 

Crew:
Kunal Rajan - Sound Mixer
Richard Morris - Boom Operator
Kunal Rajan - Post-Production Sound
Jim Fabio - Technical Advisor
Colby Festner - 1st Camera Assistant
Aufshar Llamas - 2nd AD
Suzi Hale - Assistant Make-Up Artist
Matt Poppell - Key Grip
Seth Johnson - Gaffer
George "Supper" Su - Gaffer
Joe Turrentine - Grip
Harold Lacuesta - Dolly Grip
Simone Roth - Key Set PA
Oz Habtemariam - PA
Mandy Levin - Art Department
Beth Navarro - Set Photos

Reviews

All alone doesn't offer a thing
2 October 2012 |
4.3/10 · IMDb
All Alone isn't a original story. But that doesn't mean that it can't be a good flick. The story is simple, two couples are going for a camping in the woods but not without a reason. There's an affair going on between the couples and the hike is ideal to kill the partners. Look promising even as a thriller. Sadly it wasn't what it could have been.

As a horror it didn't deliver a thing. Here in our regions it is qualified under horror but again, it doesn't do what it could have done. There's no blood to mention and all bad things are done off-camera. Okay, so it can be a thriller, but even there it just doesn't offer.

Every time you think that things will go awry it just doesn't. Even the witness of one of the killings is being hunted by the killer but it is so low on all things that should have made it a thriller or a horror that you are left with a bitter feeling.

It's one of those flicks that you watch with your teens on a rainy Saturday afternoon. This is one of those flicks that even the easy offended can watch all alone.                     

 

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