John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’ and the nature of disability
Published on April 17, 2018 with Broad Street Review.
When I went to see the new horror blockbuster A Quiet Place last weekend, I landed next to a pair of whisperers. Just my luck.
When I’m enjoying a communal cultural experience like an excellent horror movie in the theater, I don’t like it when something about my environment doesn’t suit my needs and preferences. I tried glaring sideways over the single empty seat between the whisperers and me, but it didn’t work. Read more.