!! OMG, new short film starring Kirsten Dunst depressingly captures the ‘selfie’ generation’s lack of human interaction !!

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The power of a great short film! In just two minutes, this short film by director Matthew Frost starring actress Kirsten Dunst sums up the world’s depressing obsession with cell-phones and selfies (and the lack of human-interaction that comes as a result). It basically does what a good horror film does.
Check it out below!

ASPIRATIONAL from Matthew Frost on Vimeo.

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3 Comments on "OMG, new short film starring Kirsten Dunst depressingly captures the ‘selfie’ generation’s lack of human interaction"

  1. Angela Atkinson | November 12, 2014 at 2:35 am | Reply

    Love this short film. I often wonder whether people are so busy uploading and hash tagging their experiences that they actually miss the experience itself…

  2. Joe Stellabotte | November 9, 2014 at 11:08 am | Reply

    The short film was awesome. It was emotionally moving as well. The fact that two self-centered, self-absorbed girls treated Kirsten Dunst like an object you’d put on a shelf rather than the human being she is says a lot about our fame obsessed society. It also shows how technology can degrade a person down to an object and how today’s technology enslaves rather than serves. Incredible.

  3. No one plays “dead in the eye” better than Kirsten Dunst.

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