Don’t Go is a psychological thriller that will sit with you after you see it. Melissa George and Stephen Dorff play a couple who is trying to overcome the loss of their young daughter. I spoke to the director of the film, David Gleeson about his experience working on the movie and how Melissa and Stephen efforts made the film happen.


David had some interesting points to make. The theatrical comparison he spoke about made a lot of sense actually. David was detailed in his explanations when he was talking about filmmaking, I appreciated him doing that.

From the sound of it, seems like Stephen and Melissa were instrumental in having this film happen. The coolest part was hearing about him growing up and watching movies and his father owning a movie theater. Must be cool at any age, but especially as a kid. You know you’re a film guy when you do a 20 mile walk to see A Star is Born. Cool stuff. Fun conversation.

DON’T GO is out now 


Written by Jim Alexander

Once upon a time I watched Monday Night Raw on Monday nights. By coincidence I ended up hooked on The Bachelor/Bachelorette. That lead to a Blog at Chicago Now called Bachelor Universe and a podcast of the same name. Now, I've decided to spread my wings and create this site that can be your Bachelor/Bachelorette destination. Aside from The Bachelor, in my personal life I'm a bachelor myself. Looking for the love of my life (not handing out many roses). I'm an avid animal lover. Have a rabbit and two turtles. I'm a film critic and co-founder of the Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle (CIFCC). Lover of sports. Currently residing in the suburbs of Chicago (my hometown).

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