The Social Network

The Social Network ★★★★★

The Social Network (2010) dir. David Fincher is one of the greatest piece of unintentional queer cinema ever made. Aaron Sorkin's semi-parodic take on Facebook's melodramatic origins envelopes a soul-crushingly tragic, star-crossed romance between co-founders Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin getting caught in a web of toxic masculinity, straight college culture and perils of entitledness. Whatever gave Fincher and Sorkin the idea to turn this entrepreneurial and litigious drama into the most traumatic cinematic break-up of all time, this writer has not the faintest idea, but in this essay I will

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