What if you came to believe that everyone around you had been replaced by a malevolent shapeshifter? That’s the nightmare that unfolds in the dark indie thriller They Look Like People. The film starts MacLeon Andrews ’03 as Wyatt, a troubled character who turns to his childhood friend for help as his world begins to fall apart. They Look Like People offers some good scares, but it’s also a meditation on the power of friendship, love, and trust.
They Look Like People gathered numerous honors on the indie film festival circuit this fall, and The Boston Globe described it as a “minimalist, powerful psychological horror film [that] expands that passing moment of alienation felt by most people into a nuanced, empathetic, and suspenseful portrayal of paranoia.”
In addition to his work on screen, MacLeod is active in the New York City theatre community. He’s also an award-winning audiobook narrator with over 200 titles to his credit.