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I Know You from Somewhere (2017)

A young woman incurs the wrath of the internet after inadvertently becoming a viral sensation.

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Further missinformation about Sarkeesian?
26 October 2017 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Disclaimer - Anything in here is written as personal opinion or view from previously publicly available material.

Preconception: The first thing the viewer gets to see is a face very similar to that of the infamous Sarkeesian.

This to me seems like a simile to the Sarkeesian affair where a person premeditively tried to distort immoral actions taken, a person who was backed by large interest groups like ADL, mainstream media and others but still lost out, due to being inable to stifle informationflow and succumbing to reality of the events that occurred.

Maybe the producers simply has lent things from the story to interest people, whichever it is in this story (unlike what actually happened with Sarkeesian, then again for morally ambiguous interest groups to draw technocrats wrongfully as immoral was never going to end well for the interest groups) the person being pictured as the bad person (by her closest) is here unjustly drawn as such.

In short: The viewer gets to meet the lead Angela Trimbur, playing Kathrene a person who does everything right but ends up being misconstrued and used for selfish reasons by an internet troll.

The cinematography is well above anticipated for a movie such as this, the lead actress can also act. The writing could be sharper as it does not illustrate the reality of the new generations well but moreso the difference in moral and self rationalisation of different individuals. So as a character study it leaves more to be wanted because its lack of real depth.

The subject is a good subject to tackle for a full feature drama, but then maybe with a face not so similar, to that of a former despised infamous internet celebrity, from "another" context.

I restrained from voting (5) seeing as my view is possibly skewed by the associative relationship i have to mainstream manipulation of formal narratives. Using this actress, it should be quite clear what was intended though.


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