The documentary also goes out of its way to show the hypocrisy of modern culture in regards to how the subject matter is treated. We want our young women to make better choices, but the path to easy merit has never been richer. Watching the featured girls discuss everything from Farrah Abraham to Belle Knox is enlightening. But, the heart of the film comes towards the end when we see the gross monotony of a live shoot come to life.
The documentary is still on Netflix, so I recommend checking it out. It’s less than 90 minutes long, so you can squeeze it in between “Wet Hot American Summer” binges.[/text_block_nav]