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The film “Save Yourselves!” begins with a hipster couple from Brooklyn setting off for a week in a country cabin. They hike, star gaze, and watch what they think is a meteor shower.

It’s cool to be in a movie that normalizes different backgrounds: Sunita Mani on ‘Save Yourselves!’

The film “Save Yourselves!” begins with a hipster couple from Brooklyn setting off for a week in a country cabin. They hike, star gaze, and watch what they think is a meteor shower.

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