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Charli XCX: Alone Together

Global pop star Charli XCX enlists fans to help her produce the album how i'm feeling now while quarantined during the COVID-19 pandemic.
(NR, 70 min.)


Friday, January 28, 2022

8:00 PM

Charli XCX was riding high after an electric headline 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. The boundaries take 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. [Greenwich Entertainment]

Starring: Charli XCX, Twiggy Rowley, Huck Kwong
Directors: Bradley Bell, Pablo Jones-Soler
Genre(s): Documentary, Music

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"The makings of a cult classic music doc."

— Refinery29

"An intimate examination of community in a time of isolation."

— The Wrap

"In the end, Alone Together is a love story — about the love between Charli and her fans."

— Chris Willman, Variety

"Highlighting the reciprocal nature that many musicians share with their fans in unprecedented fashion, the film’s raw and authentic approach is as engaging as Charli herself."

— Rachel Reeves, Consequence

"An effectively resonant account of a certain kind of stir-crazy, claustrophobic pandemic process and the ways our collective sadness and restlessness have helped form unlikely communities."

— The Hollywood Reporter

"The decision to frame the making of the album through the lens of individual fans, many of whom belong to the LGBT+ community, distinguishes Alone Together from many recent pop docs, giving the film a unique, inclusive perspective."

— Cassidy Olsen, Little White Lies

"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."

— David Ehrlich, IndieWire