(to the tune of 'Shout' by Tears for Fears)
Crap, Crap, these films are all pap
I watch them all then I take a nap
Come on, my life is a mess
At one point, a character comes to visit his friend at work, talks to her for several minutes at work, then says 'Still working in this place, I see?'.
Later, that same guy arrives at her house and hangs out with her family for a bit. He talks to her grandpa, who then asks 'You're back in town, huh?'.
Jesus fucking christ, netflix.
Re-watched this one for a uni essay. While the testimony from Family and friends of jumpers, and even a survivor, is undoubtedly moving, it's really hard for me not to see this as a manipulative and voyeuristic documentary that crassly and disturbingly turns real people's torment and suicide into a suspenseful narrative.
The director filmed a real person (among others) named Gene for over an hour, before he jumped to his death. Keep in mind, the director went to this…
People who don't know Scott Aukerman: This special makes no sense
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