With intelligently crafted atmosphere, ambiguity and many surprising details, this film gives us fragmentary glimpses of contemporary youth during one summer.
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Using well developed and acted characters, this is an engaging and highly relatable portrayal of the role of social media in our relationships today.
The author approaches her film education, film clichés , herself as both a film-maker and a veterinarian in an innovative, witty, radical, (self)ironic and critical way. The film remains faithful to its title, constantly questioning the central position of dramaturgy in film-making, and showing how to set up a film in a fresh, personal-yet-essayistical and fragmented way, without ever losing its thread.
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