Communion (1989 film)  

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Communion is a 1989 science-fiction/thriller/drama film based on the book by Whitley Strieber with the same name. It tells a story of a family that experiences the extraterrestrial phenomenon while on vacation.

According to Strieber, the story is a real-life account of his own encounter with "aliens", with Christopher Walken playing the role of the author.

Plot

The movie begins with Mr. Strieber (Walken) and his wife (Crouse), with their son, deciding to take a vacation at their summer house. As they arrive, strange things start to happen. Eventually, Whitley discovers that the aliens mean no harm, and that they are "one".



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