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Really enjoyed this and found myself still thinking about a week later, so passed the test for me. The subject Aaron is charismatic and reminds me of a few people I have come across in life - everyone has met someone like this in high school or college, the genius in the physics class but not the nerd. Eccentric, creative, down-to-earth, you sense they see the world differently, are natural out-of-box original thinkers and wonder what they will end up doing with their lives. So it was fascinating to watch. I really rooted for him to find a way to navigate his passion with the same generous and thoughtful approach and not descend into the sleazy debasement of the adult entertainment industry which seems an easy slide. It doesn't follow the predictable arc, it's not prepackaged into a neat little conclusion which I appreciated as that can become numbing. It was more a character study and I found myself thinking about him and wondering what he was up to now, so that's the real test for me beyond just enjoyment of watching, does it have staying power enough for me to still ponder about it later and this one does.
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