Dan Clark’s review published on Letterboxd :
I understand the irony of writing a review for a movie on a social network that comments on the hallow nature of social networking, but that point a side there is a great deal to dig into with this film. Obviously the social networking piece is the headline but ultimately what it is saying about society beyond that especially the way we treat mental illness is far more interesting then knowing Instagram stars are living their lives through a filter.
Aubrey Plaza is as good as advertised. As a fan of Parks and Rec I have seen how effective she can be with her ultra dry wit, however have never seen her hit such a wide emotional range.