Danielle Rain D. Lopez
Rating: 7/10 – ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Director: Antoinette Jadaone
Alone/Together the conspiracy relationship between Medicine to Art is quite the same because you are both busy and pressured by the things that surround you. From Spoliarum of Juan Luna and Spolarium of the Eraserheards its results in a blossoming relationship between Christine and Raf. It is a familiar love story for anyone has been through to their early relationships from college days that didn’t last that long it is an early heartbreak story.
This film is about love/feeling baggage that you carry every day that you don’t want to leave it in the past. Wherein the viewers extend themselves while watching this film that they anticipate a second chance between Christine and Raf. This is directed by Antoinette Jadaone she also directed “That Thing Called Tadhana”, she never forgets that every part of this film is all about to be youthful merely its audience are now teens or young adults that want a bit of themselves in a movie.
Alone/Together is about reminiscing what they have done Christine and Raf when they are younger to patch things up so they didn’t even break up in the first place. It is taking chances and there is a certain time in our lives that no matter how many years, how many fights, countless heartbreaks with that person you still pick them at the end that is familiar love that you have been yearning to feel in years.
I liked this film due to my favorite vocalist from a band called Up Dharma Down she sang the OST for Alone/Together, she is Armi Millare. The song is about the movie itself. Every word and every bit of it.