Run Time: 86 minutes
Two couples living in the suffocating concrete jungle of Los Angeles decide to take a camping trip together to explore the wilderness and attempt to regain composure in the solace of nature. As they soon find out, however, their troubles follow them from city to countryside. After meeting a woman in the woods who proclaims to be a reclusive environmentalist, the façade and masks each couple wears in the city begin to reveal the true evil nature of their intent. Mother Nature is the backdrop to the lies and betrayal that come to a horrifying head in this thriller written and directed by Jon Cellini. ALL ALONE isn't just a suspense film portraying the disguises we wear in survival of mundane lives; it's also a film revealing the great lengths people will go to in order to survive when taken out of the captivity of isolation. While most thrillers and horror films feature villains in masks, ALL ALONE flips the script and explores the true enemies hiding within. Do your friends really know who you are? – T.W.
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Jon Cellini is an accomplished playwright who received his degree from the University of Kansas and also studied with Circle in the Square Theatre School in NYC. His most recent play, "Harbour," starred Matthew Lillard and just closed in Los Angeles. His new script for Robbing Bingo won the grand prize in Script Magazine's Open Door Screenwriting contest and is currently in pre-production.
ALL ALONE (2011)