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The Things We Cannot Change

USA 2022
produced by
Tony Murphy, Suzanne Johnson (executive), Richard Rampolla (executive) for LAS Productions
directed by Joshua Nelson
starring Richard Rampolla, Laura Lemire, Jeff Clark jr, Jay Barson, Tony Murphy, Julia Wyrzuc, Laurie Tieman, Katie Raulerson, Debra Holtzman, Jenn Nobile, Ashley Laessig, Suzanne Johnson, Krystal De Leon, Jennifer Torres, Ziad Alezabi, David Reyez Adamez, Sheila Gonzalez, Noelle Cappuzzo, JC Manuel, John Kerner, Daniel George, Eve Guttman, Cheridan Westmoreland, Kurt Slater, Tony Murphy sr, Roman Nelson, Malcolm Green
written by Joshua Nelson, music by Chris Wirsig

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Even in suburbia, vampires come in all forms and sizes, from the rebellious teen to the faithful housewife, from the good son to the lowly office girl, and the thing they all have in common is they kill people - for their own survival, which doesn't mean that there isn't any guild involved. Now fortunately, Dr. Abraham (Richard Rampolla), a vampire himself, runs a self help group for this essentially poor creatures, helps them to navigate through life as someone who's "different". And while he sure helps some in finding their new self, for others his methods are just too slow ... and then there's Veronica (Laura Lemire), who is happily rejoicing in her vampire lifestyle, showing no remorse when killing considering it's just for her own survival. And that said, her presence in Dr. Abraham's group soon proves to be so disruptive that he expels her from further meetings. But she has soon figured a way to get rid of the good doctor to reshape his group into a vampire cult ...


Even if this film employs many a mainstay of the vampire genre, it's still enjoyably unconventional in approach, ditching a straight-forward narrative for several loosely (if at all) connected vignettes that revolve around a common theme and that poignantly blend the supernatural with the mundane and really rely much more on sharp dialogue and tension arising from their respective situations than on spectacle or traditional vampire scares - and the concept works quite nicely, thanks to clever writing, a direction that's subtle enough to give story and actors enough room to breathe, and a pretty strong cast, making this an unusal but very entertaining vampire flick.


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