‘Lakewood’ Review: Naomi Watts Meets an iPhone Meets a School Shooting

In “Lakewood,” Naomi Watts plays Amy Carr, who starts out in the late afternoon jogging through an upscale wooded suburb, mourning her husband’s death in a car crash the year before. The film tells the story of a woman and her partner, her significant other, the second self she can’t live without. The husband, named Peter, was friendly and bearded; we see him in a photo and hear him on a voicemail message, and he sounds like an ideal middle-class protector and mensch. She’s distraught without him.

But that’s not the partner I’m talking about. “Lakewood,” you see, tells the story of a woman and her trusty cell phone.

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