Short Film Depicts An All-Too Relatable Online Teen Break-Up Story [VIDEO]
It makes us pretty stoked to not be in high school with tech like Facebook and Skype, as well.
The brain-child of student filmmakers Patrick Cederberg and Walter Woodman, Noah is shot entirely from the perspective of one teen’s MacBook, in the wake of his recent break-up. After premiering at TIFF’s Student Film Showcase, Noah‘s been gaining some online buzz, probably from a bunch of people who have experienced break ups in this exact way.
So, go ahead; watch Noah use Facebook, Skype, and – yes – even PornHub, to navigate his heartbreak. It’s 17 minutes long, but we promise you it’s worth it. Then go Facebook someone about how much you hate your ex (again).
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