The lyrical intersection of two planets (Earth and its unexpected twin), two genres (the soaper and sci-film film), and two people. Both the soap and science are gently measured out, as Brit Marling (who also co-scripted) recovers from a tragic accident by helping her unintended victim (William Mapother). Her devoted housework becomes a vehicle for rehabilitation, as the two grow romantically under the spectral aura of the new planet. Mike Cahill made the film on a very small budget, stretched to achieve fine moods, good acting, and the delicate sense that life is abidingly strange. (2011) — David Elliott
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