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A young blogger at a New York fashion house shoots behind-the-scenes interviews on his cell-phone.

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Credited cast:
... Merlin
... Dwight Angel
... Vijay
... Mr. White
... Anita de Los Angeles
... Frank
... Otto
... Lettuce Leaf
... Mona Carvell
... Tiny Diamonds
... Minx
... Jed
... Homer
... Miss Roth
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A young blogger at a New York fashion house shoots behind-the-scenes interviews on his cell-phone.

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In one of Minx's monologues, she refers to being slashed, possibly a reference to real-life model Marla Hansen, whose face was disfigured with a razor blade by her landlord after she turned down his offers for a relationship. See more »

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Mona Carvell: Fashion is not an art form. If it's anything at all, it's pornography, to which millions are addicted. Hopelessly addicted.
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a big nothing
4 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

Directors usually have the freedom to change topics and styles. But what is this??

If it's trying to sneak into the world of fashion and other trivial consumerism, I don't think it get it at all. And if if it's supposed to be a protest about the triviality apocalypse we're heading, it didn't make it either. Don't bother to watch if you expect something on the style of Sally Potter. It's poor, synthetic, a big nothing that not even gives meaning to it's tittle.

I just watched it till the end because I couldn't believe how empty it was.


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