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Tiffany Trailer: 'I Think We're Alone Now'

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Tiffany Trailer: 'I Think We're Alone Now'

Director Sean Donnelly

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I Think We're Alone Now is a new documentary about two extreme fans of 80's pop icon Tiffany. The film follows Jeff, a 50-year-old from Santa Cruz who is living with Asperger's syndrome, and Kelly, a 35-year-old intersexed person from Denver. While these two exhibit some disturbing behavior, first-time director Sean Donnelly says the film is really a story about unrequited love. We spoke with him this morning.