Directed by Robert Mockler
After posting a video of herself robbing a convenience store, Kiya amasses a huge social media following. A reckless loner, she seeks some form of genuine human connection. Through her travels, she encounters a drifter, an Internet troll and a paint huffing outsider who are all pulled into her circle of chaos, junk food, and drugs.
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★★★★ review by Jacob Knight on Letterboxd
A kind of post-YouTube NATURAL BORN KILLERS, drenched in an unreal neon haze. Larry Fessenden steals the whole thing as a lonely motel manager who develops psilocybin-tinged Stockholm syndrome. Radical and totally unlike anything else from this current indie genre crop.
★★★★★ review by KEH 🍑 on Letterboxd
Another hot take on the damages of social media but with a totally different aprroach of the previous movies that explored that. strangely experimental, visually colorful and provocative. some disgusting and disturbing scenes that you just can't look away. weird in the most delightful way.
Loved watching Addison Timlin having so much fun with this crazy character, just like in Little Sister.
Also, i'm trash for a neon purple cinematography, so, 100% owned.
★★★★ review by battledancer on Letterboxd
A directorial debut with a truly contemporary language and vision. While much of the focus is social video, for me this was the tumblr psyche brought to life in captivating tribute. A delight.
★★★★ review by Ren on Letterboxd
Visual candy. Sharp script.
★★★★ review by Liam Hathaway on Letterboxd
A bold, incisive and visually resplendent exploration of social media lunacy and the inherent loneliness. Robert Mockler's assured debut resembles a Mickey Keating film wherein the excessive editing quirks and garish palette have much more purpose than simply being dominating - and irritating - aesthetic flourishes.
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