Nick gets his girls the same way he gets his music: online. On a first date, Eva invites him to an exclusive file-sharing community called 'The Lionshare'. From there, Nick's own creative frustration fuels his consumption of pirated music and other media while he produces nothing of his own. Eventually, he finds inspiration in the unlikeliest of places. Written by
This movie was the first time I have ever felt my moments, as a young adult at this point in time, faithfully represented on screen.
I have certainly seen it represented before, but never with the feeling of it.
Other than the going on of life, I'm strikingly different from the characters in the movie. So I'm not saying I felt my personal choices, my attitude towards life, my political views or anything like that represented there.
What is there are some of the little things that make up what it is to be alive now, and that is really something, because no other movie I've seen gets that right.
Other than this much, don't raise your expectations, and I'd recommend you read the review from halo_bone titled "okay. and that's good" and, for better, download and watch the movie.
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