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What Grashaw does remarkably well, in the movie's harrowing final minutes, is put us entirely inside Edwin's head; not as a sociopath or a killer, just a boy in a world of pain.
Grashaw keeps us guessing... By the time the end arrives, we're as surprised as Edwin and Flake want their classmates to be.
A disturbing drama of teen disaffection, Vincent Grashaw's feature provides an essential and insightful perspective that will resonate with audiences attuned to the challenges of adolescence.
This film manages to be disturbing and effective without ever going over the top.
It's a novel pursuit that only further underlines the problem with bullying and the need for children to talk through their feelings.
One of the most welcome but surprising things about And Then I Go is its consistent dosage of effective, humanistic comedy.
With such a considerate portrait of those who fear irrelevance, "And Then I Go" becomes unforgettable.
It isn't sympathy that Grashaw seeks. The film is merely presenting its central character with honesty and authenticity.
Indie stalwarts Melanie Lynskey and Justin Long play perfect imperfect parents, but Arman Darbo and Sawyer Barth really kill it as the boys.
The movie seems unaware of the many questions it raises, leaving the viewer ultimately disappointed.
Beautiful and haunting, And Then I Go is a vital work of art, and a must-see movie for our time.
A disturbing look at what can drive teenagers in America to shoot up their schools. depressing and desolate but also compelling at the same time and well worth watching.
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