Director: Max Joseph
There's something weirdly "student film"-ish about this documentary. From the "let's start this with a quote" business to a third act diversion that isn't actually on topic, as interesting as it is. It's the sort of "this is too good not to rationalize its inclusion" stuff I found myself doing when working on docs in college. It also locks into a political POV that I think keeps the film from reaching a necessary and broader audience, undermining its impact.
But - the overall premise and most of the talking heads are great.
Co-Produced and narrated by Monica Lewinsky, the film looks into how the internet has weaponized shaming/ cancel culture, but really how you can wake up one morning and your whole life is now public and awful, and you have absolutely no say in how it plays out.