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Don't say anything about 'The One I Love'
Don't say anything about 'The One I Love'

Be aware: There is a twist. And maybe also a twist on the twist, depending on interpretation. But "The One I Love" is not intended as some trick film or gimmick movie. Rather, it is a seriocomic look at the struggle to make relationships work while maintaining a sense of personal identity. It's like a rom-com served with a side of sci-fi. Directed by Charlie McDowell and written by Justin Lader, the film opens in theaters Friday and is already available via on-demand platforms. Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass star as a married couple who are pretty much on the brink of splitting up. As a last-ditch effort to work out their problems, their therapist sends them to an...