Beautiful, wild, funny, and lost, Katie Kampenfelt takes a year off before college to find herself, all the while chronicling her adventures in an anonymous blog into which she pours her innermost secrets. Eventually, Katie's fearless narrative begins to crack, and dark pieces of her past emerge.Written by
When the old guy talks with Katie at the party, he talks about how the Apache desecrated the enemy and what they did to General Custer's cavalry, who, in fact, died at the hands of the Sioux. See more »
[In reaction to her mother's practical response after telling her she got a new job]
Whhyyyy are you so fucking negative?
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Blown away by a movie I did not have on my radar...
It seems most have expressed being upset with the ending as it may lead us to ask "What's the point?" or simple frustration with it all. To me, no. The movie was beautiful. There are scenes that I loved the way it was framed. I found myself enjoying the filming and the way it came across. What now feels even more real after watching. The style was on point with the story and its ending.
The characters gave life advice that I felt was great and added to the fact that they helped impact the main character to decide what to do with life.
I'll keep this short but I will lovingly recommend this movie to friends and movie fans alike. I think most will miss this movie but they're only missing out on what seems to be an empty, carefree movie that turns out to be something much more.
I watched on a limb due to someone's recommendation and thoroughly happy I clicked and watched.
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