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This was a fun film to watch, the lead actor was very good and a great representation of the culture trying craving to get more views and likes. This is all filmed as though watching from different social media apps and does a good job at staying engaging.
Main negative is that the movie got a little messy at the end. I got the chance to see this at Sundance, and what turned me off a little from the movie was the director live streaming from his phone at the Q&A. This defeated the point of the movie.
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