cammots’s review published on Letterboxd:
This was too real that it felt like a horror film. My hands were covering my eyes for a majority of it. Probably the most bittersweet movie ever. I find it interesting that most comedians seem to understand sadness and loneliness on a much deeper level than others. Probably one of the more accurate movies about adolescence and growing up in the digital age. Elsie Fisher is going to rule the world one day. I'm glad that this exists.