The Cat and the Moon ★★

I'm gonna share the story of how I met the love of my life Alex Wolff when I was working at Angelika last year in lieu of a review bcuz tbh I don't have much to say about this film other than I really liked the actress who played Carrie's goth sister in The Carrie Diaries.
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“Can I have a medium popcorn?”
I blinked my eyes as if I had just woken up, and in the metaphorical sense I had: I had woken up to the sight of Alex Wolff smack dab in the middle of my peripheral vision.
“That will be $8.44,” I said, emphasizing each syllable in an attempt to slow down this fated moment.
“I’ve seen you before.”
“Really?” I had not been expecting for the conversation to continue.
“Yeah.”
“What’s your name?” I was fairly certain it was Alex Wolff, but sometimes I liked deflating celebrities’ egos.
“Alex.”
No Wolff? Maybe he assumed I would guess his last name, or maybe he just wanted to be a normal person for once in his life. I gazed into his light brown eyes, all the more accentuated by his Ray Bans, as I tried to figure out which one it was.
“I have a good memory for faces,” he added, interrupting my guessing game.
Good memory for faces? The only other person who said that to me was a Trader Joe’s employee on the 1 train.
“Maybe that’s—“
And with that, he was gone. Gone back into the world of fame. To others, he’s known as Alex in the Naked Brothers Band, Peter Graham in Hereditary, and Spencer in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, but to me, he’s just known as Alex. Plain old Alex without the Wolff at the end.