This vapid and superficial documentary was more of questionable amateurs attempt at pornography (of course, without the sex scenes). I was lent a copy of this 'film,' and laughed at the stylistic and directorial faux-pas that fill it's contents (like the fatty eels that fill the distended belly of a drowned horse). How many more of the pretentious student 'mocu-mentaries' must the public suffer? OK, I know one can turn it off, or not watch, or avert ones eyes, but why bother making it? Ahh, if the life of the DJ were only simple, and not so stress-filled. Too bad the filmmakers forgot to actually interview any of the subjects, or even know what they were setting out to do (other than shoot a home video). It is a shame to see wasted (talented?) energies like this. Better luck in your new professions.
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