TFW No GF ★½

A purportedly objective, morally suspect attempt to humanize a group of strangers who blithely deny other strangers their humanity from under the veil of anonymity… It starts out with a sociological approach that might have led to genuine insight, but it loses direction within its first thirty minutes. The film is unwilling to challenge its subjects’ life choices, seeing their decisions to wallow in self-pity as a fount of creativity instead of an indicator of their fundamental lack of imagination. Kind of gross, tbh.