The Strange Ones: Unpredictable story makes the movie true to its name
The Strange Ones is the story of a camping trip turning into a psychological drama. It is the first ambitious project of the directors Christopher Radcliff and Lauren Wolkstein and they delivered it flawlessly. The ease with which two travelers change their identities makes them really strange. They seem to have no history or identity in the past.
The trip begins
Two travelers in a car headed to nowhere. They’re continuously driving and also asking each-other where they’re headed for. But the answer is as vague as the question is. Sam relaxing on the backseat of the car asks Nick who’s on the driving seat, where are we headed for and the Nick answers “Nowhere”. Also they’ve different identities and stories for interlocutors. Suddenly Nick receives a text message about his whereabouts. He is asked whether he’s dead and he replies in Yes. But it isn’t clear what they’re running from.
The bottom of the story