Maybe going in blind to this movie is the best option, because going in blind worked brilliantly for the trailer.

I knew nothing about Another Earth until scoping out these few minutes, but those minutes are built to cause goosebumps.

The less said the better. Check it out for yourself:

Intelligent sci-fi can’t be beat, and intelligent sci-fi that uses its premise to tell an emotional story is even better. Brit Marling (who co-wrote the film with director Mike Cahill) looks perfect here as a woman troubled by something unspeakable, and the entire second Earth background gives an odd mirror effect to the proceedings.

William Mapother’s presence is eerie not just because of his turn on Lost but because his last name is an anagram of “Other Map.” Trippy. I know.

I cannot wait for this movie.

Would you go see it?

Source: Apple

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