I Think We’re Alone Now is an eye-opening documentary about two people who have gone beyond the normal bounds of fandom and found themselves completely obsessed with 80s pop sensation Tiffany. Jeff and Kelly, as they are referred to in the film, have dedicated their lives to loving and following Tiffany, often to their own detriment.

The film sheds light on the dark side of celebrity obsession, exploring its potential consequences for both fans and celebrities alike. Through interviews with both Jeff and Kelly as well as those close to them, I Think We’re Alone Now examines how such deep devotion can take a toll on one’s mental health and social life. Moreover, it offers an insightful look at how being in the public spotlight can make celebrities feel vulnerable, especially when faced with overly devoted fans like Jeff and Kelly.

I Think We’re Alone Now is a must-watch for anyone interested in understanding celebrity fandom at its most extreme. It not only offers insight into the complex relationship between celebrity and fan but also provides a candid portrayal of what it means to be obsessed with someone or something that you can never truly have. For those looking for an enlightening viewing experience that will leave them thinking long after they finish watching, I Think We’re Alone Now is well worth checking out.