Daniel Nava reviews “Don’t Breathe” on his Chicago Cinema Circuit

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The cadre of millennials in Fede Alvarez’s Don’t Breathe will have you believe that Detroit would be a terrible place to die. With its abandoned, boarded-up, and graffiti-strewn homes, the unkempt wilderness of the once mighty metropolis blurs the line of where a third-world city begins and ends. But it’s the optimal setting for a horror film, one where the utterance of “Detroit” prompts your memory’s search engine to generate images of doom-laden isolation and despair – of a failed dream and its crushing, seemingly everlasting, consequence.

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