REVIEWED BY JOSH EMMONS
Moving to a new city is hard. Just ask Paul Callaway, who leaves Boston one summer with his pregnant wife for a job and big house in Clark Falls, Iowa. By mid-December, Paul's wife has miscarried, he's lost his teaching gig, and the police have arrested him for manufacturing child pornography. Then his life takes a turn for the worse. Spinning the man-wrongly-accused premise into a meditation on what it means to be part of a community, Doolittle produces a smart, funny and powerfully suspenseful thriller. Sometimes, Safer reminds us, home can be the most dangerous place on earth.