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Charli XCX: Alone Together

Directed by: Bradley Bell & Pablo Jones-Soler | 2021 | 1h 10m | Unrated

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These are challenging times for everyone and while our South Beach theater is fully open 7-days a week, we know some of you aren’t ready just yet to come back into a theater and we totally understand. We’ll be waiting to greet you when you are! In the meantime, we will continue to offer a robust lineup of films to you virtually in addition to our in-person offerings!

Charli XCX, a pop star in quarantine, embarks on a whirlwind journey making an album in 40 days that tests her creative and emotional limits and unites a global community of vulnerable LGBTQ+ fans.

Charli XCX was riding high after an electric headlining global tour in 2019. However, everything changed when the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down. Lost in the early days of quarantine, Charli turns to music and announces she will make an album at home in 40 days by enlisting the help of her fans online. This takes Charli on a unique creative and emotional journey as she confronts mental health issues, rekindles her relationship with her boyfriend, connects with her fans, and ultimately produces the music for “how i’m feeling now”.

“The directors do a brilliant job of making its ad-hoc, mixed-media aesthetic into more of a feature than a bug. Glitched together from dozens of Charli’s boom-tastic PC Music bangers and punctuated with computer-generated animation (impish avatars and the like), the film nails the semi-digital existence that we all have come to understand as its own kind of reality.”
– INDIEWIRE