The concept behind Another Earth is undoubtedly intriguing: while looking up at the sky at a mirror image of planet Earth, a young girl crashed head on with a man and his family, killing his pregnant wife and child. I think a lot of people went into this movie thinking it was going to be anchored by science fiction, when it's quite the opposite: Another Earth is about it's incredibly flawed characters, and the relationship between the girl and the father who's life she destroyed. Thematically rich and posing some interesting questions, like what kind of advice would you give yourself if you could talk to a copy of you? And, what if you do have another life, do you make the same choices as you do now? The writing is definitely great here, and seeing the relationship between the two unfold is intriguing, and heartbreaking. I seldom wish that a film goes on longer than it does, but I think had the ending been extended and we saw these questions being answered for our lead character, it would have been a much more memorable film. It had the potential to be something great, but we got cut off at just the wrong moment in the end.