Scathingly poignant satire. Not going to be for everyone. But sadly more human than human.
What do you do when you have all the possibilities to potentially fix something that could destroy us all?
You ignore the science and play the game.
Yup. Because there’s no money in honesty and nobody wants to hear/read/see the realities when even reality shows and our social media profiles are these polished for public consumption picture-perfect snapshots of our lives only show what we want others to see.
I’ll never be popular and I’m okay with that.
I have always worried beyond the things that my friends have been able to distract themselves from. I’ve tried to even distract myself often with food and with money and even relationships…including sex. Why?
Because it’s easier to self-medicate, run away and tune out. Always has been. Especially when people are willing to buy into fantasies that are not even close to realities that are backed by facts and by people willing to admit when they are wrong because trial and error makes us smarter and gets us closer to solutions.
So if you want to lean into the other side, the imperfect side that those of us who critical think and are hopeful cynics…maybe check out. This film.