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Like Me: Directed by Robert Mockler. With Addison Timlin, Ian Nelson, Larry Fessenden, Jeremy Gardner. A young woman sets out on a crime spree that she broadcasts on social media.
“As thought provoking and stylish as youu0026#39;d expect. Kind of like a hybrid of Enter the Void, Nymphomaniac, The Lobster and Weekend. You can feel the love that has gone into this film.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe sex is both beautiful and ugly. Itu0026#39;s not porn, more like an aestheticized version of somebodyu0026#39;s personal sex tape, but one designed to provoke contemplation more than any other response. To feel any more real it would need to be in the style of a documentary, which would have the effect of distancing you from the characters. I didnu0026#39;t feel like I was experiencing the story directly (as I do with good suspense movies), but I did want things to work out well for the characters. If you judge a movie by how much the pacing and suspense immerses you, you wonu0026#39;t enjoy Love. If you can be immersed into a movieu0026#39;s atmosphere and want something to feed your imagination, then you will get a lot from it.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eA lot of reviews and comments on IMDb seem to say it is not a thought provoking movie, or that it is pretentious, yet the poster was moved to write about their thoughts on it, so it certainly isnu0026#39;t empty. I found talking about it can result in the conversation going to some very interesting places.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt has earned a place in the history of cinema, and is hopefully a step away from the feelings of shame people feel about sex, a step towards greater freedom in art, culture and cinema.”