John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’ proves that parental anxiety, perfectionism, and fear of failure are plaguing this generation of parents and kids.

A Quiet Place succeeds in large part because its story touches on topics and themes that transcend the film’s storyline.  It’s not just a self-contained horror film.  A closer examination of the film opens up a poignant and emotional commentary on the fear, anxiety, and pressure that plagues the modern, 21st-century family. 

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