Nothing Without You
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Nothing Without You
Synopsis: In this taut psychological thriller, Jennifer Stidger (Emily Fradenburgh) has delusions and obsessions-she stalks men who are not available to her. One of them, ambitious city councilman running for mayor, Michael Greenwood (Joshua Loren), finally returns her affection. But when she finds herself accused of killing his wife, no one, including her court-appointed psychiatrist, Charlie Branham (Keith McGill), believes she is anything but a mentally ill killer. Caught in the grip of a system that has convicted her without a trial, she takes matters-and Charlie-into her own hands. With a… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"By embedding Jennifer's mental issues in a murder mystery of unmitigated tedium, this low-budget drama essentially cuts its own throat."
‑ Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times
"So abysmal, so unintentionally funny."
‑ David Noh, Film Journal International
"What remains seems in some ways closer to a parody of bad thrillers than an earnest example of one - the only difference is that Nothing Without You doesn't know that it's funny."
‑ Calum Marsh, Village Voice
"A moral thriller with a highly unusual provocative twist, that women even when most questionable can be complex, empathetic beings. Unconventional, courageous filmmaking, subverting stereotypical notions of politics and seemingly scary women on the edge."
‑ Prairie Miller, Critical Women
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