Hastings-on-Hudson, scene of the film I Think We're Alone Now

The interpreter of Tyrion Lannister is starring in I Think We're Alone Now, released on September 14 in Los Angeles and New York, and on September 21 elsewhere in the United States. The filming took place in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

A Lannister at Hastings-on-Hudson.

Peter Dinklage leaves behind his role as Tyrion in the event series Game Of Thrones to take on the role of Del in the post-apocalyptic film I Think We’re Alone Now.

The trailer announces the color: Del realizes that he is all alone after a disaster, and even thinks he is the last survivor on earth. This proves to be inaccurate when a young girl, Grace (Elle Fanning), bursts into her life in a shattering way during a car accident.

He enlists her in his new occupation: burying one by one the inhabitants of his town, who have mysteriously died.

This town is Hastings-on-Hudson, where there are multiple locations, from the apartment where Del lives, to the place where Grace’s accident happened, to the library, to the place where he buries the bodies, to the main street where he walks alone. The city had already hosted the filming of The Hustler.

Del and Grace will certainly not be alone as Paul Giamatti and Charlotte Gainsbourg are part of the cast.

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By Damien Duarte

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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