Independent comedies can be hit or miss, 001 Trolling is a hit particularly due to its use of style and the interesting approach to the subject of online trolling.
Another bonus, it is free to watch if you have an Amazon Prime account, so if you're looking for something fun to watch, I'd highly suggest this film.
It terms of story and characters, I found both to be quite charming, and the film had the right amount of humor.
Like I said, the acting was solid. I particularly liked the girl who played Channing, however, the entire cast did well as an ensemble.
I look forward to seeing more from this director.
Give it a shot especially if you have a Prime account.
I am so happy to finally see a very well made indie film that isn't about drugs, sex, suicide, extreme amounts of cursing, and all the other elements that seem to make up a "good" indie film. I recently saw "The Wackness" and realized how fed up I am with people praising indie films that have no real substance. A lot of them, "the wackness" included, say nothing new and rely completely on the use of drugs, sex, and things like that to be "interesting." HPIH is very refreshing to see. Its a very well made indie flick with a great cast, story, and message. Yes, anytime there are films that deal with religion in a positive sense, people will say that it is contrived or over done, but I thought this film dealt with the subject matter very maturely and enjoyably. I am a Christian guy, but i don't like to watch films that are overly preachy or are just blatantly religious. So, I usually do not enjoy "religious" films. That is why I am so pleased to see a real indie film that just happens to deal with religious subject matter in a positive manner. The film isn't perfect and nor is any other film. But it is a good example of how a film can be moving, entertaining, and just a plain good movie without promoting or recklessly using drugs, sex, cursing, and other crap like that.
I commend the people involved with this project. I am very surprised that it was made outside of the religious film world. Thank you to the people who believed they could make a film like this, and I hope that more people follow.