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After an unknown cataclysm, Adam (Alex Knapp) is alone. the sole inhabitant of a vacant, unchanged world. Before it all ended, he was a wallflower who could barely find the words to speak. Now, the only one left, he’s made the silent, empty world his simple, singular domain. Basic routines keep him grounded as he makes his way through the desolate landscape, foraging and tending to the world everyone else left behind. In the stillness of Adam’s world, visions come to him—the fateful night his best friend Kyle (Nore Davis) introduces him to the love of his life, K (Olivia Luccardi). As Adam’s mental state starts to deteriorate, things become more uncanny as he is plagued by lingering questions and uncertain realities about his world. His grip on what’s left starts to slip away—sending him spiraling towards a series of unforeseen consequences and unexpected truths.


Alex Knapp




January 2021

January 2021

"It's just one man in isolation, dealing with his tumble of emotion. That's what makes Go/Don't Go so initially simple, even bland, and so intriguing as it progresses. Knapp's script is ultimately about how we are trapped in our own pasts, and even when they can seem like a pillow they can become an anchor. It's a soft, sad, yet insistent message that, even as the grass overtakes the baseball pitch where Adam practices, and even as the last windmills slow their spin, becomes a quiet voice of hope." Austin Chronicle

"With a couple of crude indie flicks under his belt Knapp looks to be skewing preconceived notions about what kind of multe hyphenite he would be with his first film. That was Alex Knapp the actor. This is Alex Knapp the artist, offering us something with some greater emotional depth and a higher level of sophistication in his filmmaking. Some of the wide shots in this trailer alone are simply stunning. " Screen Anarchy

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