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[after entering room 3420 in Boelter Hall]
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Though the movie definitely is interesting and the story makes sense, I just had to write a review to let people know that this has to be the most cringe worthy style of interviewing people for a documentary I have ever seen. The interviewer manages to make almost all of the interviewees uncomfortable by either his camera placement or the questions he asks. It's painful to watch at some points. Apparently I didn't write enough yet so to add to this: I thought it was interesting that he also interviewed people with different views of the internet and didn't only approach the technical aspects of it. I would still recommend people to watch it as the information displayed is valuable.
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