I spoke about romantic movies when Photograph was released earlier in 2020, how I often long for a time in cinema where our stars fell in love, slow motion moments between two people, realizing they have a connection. Tara Miele’s drama Wander Darkly is not about the romantic stuff of a relationship, but it focuses on the connection that two people make with one another, through the passionate times, the easy and the hard moments. The narrative follows a couple, Adrienne (Sienna Miller) and Matteo (Diego Luna), not married, but embarking on a pregnancy that neither were wanting to have. The storytelling process, however, starts with a horrific car accident, sending the couple to the emergency room, and while the two are in their states of existence or nonexistence, they step outside their bodies and witness their relationship from their own eyes. Wander Darkly is a surreal romance, a painful, yet beautiful expression of what it means to be in love, and what two people will do to achieve that connection.