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/afk: Away from Keyboard (2011)

Twelve million gamers escape into the World of Warcraft each day. Is it possible for an escape to become an addiction?

Director:

Greg Stuetze

Writers:

Alex Stickroth (story), Alex Stickroth | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Jerald Block Jerald Block ... Himself
Erik Bludau Erik Bludau ... Himself
Craig Culbertson Craig Culbertson ... Himself
Scott Culbertson Scott Culbertson ... Himself
Ron Jaffe Ron Jaffe ... Himself
Phillip Maurer Phillip Maurer ... Himself
Brian Stuetze Brian Stuetze ... Himself
Brigitte Stuetze Brigitte Stuetze ... Herself
Greg Stuetze Greg Stuetze ... (voice)
Ross Stuetze Ross Stuetze ... Himself
Liz Woolley Liz Woolley ... Herself
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Twelve million gamers escape into the World of Warcraft each day. Is it possible for an escape to become an addiction?

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Twelve million gamers escape into the World of Warcraft each day. Is it possible for an escape to become an addiction?


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USA

Language:

English

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2011 (USA) See more »

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Engaging and Fascinating Documentary About The Gaming World
27 May 2014 | by nlatreseSee all my reviews

A very fascinating look at the world of gamers. The hi's the low's, the pain and loss that happens because of addiction. The fact that someone could get so absorbed in a fantasy world that they completely lose touch with the real world without even realizing they have and not find anything wrong with it is absolutely mind boggling. This movie is a must see for anyone who is addicted to gaming or for anyone who knows someone addicted to gaming. I learned things I never even imagined about the gaming world and about the gamers themselves, their enablers, about their camaraderie with fellow gamers, and a gamer's P.O.V of the fascination of being in a virtual fantasy world. The director really seems to capture the gaming culture.


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