As a boy who wants to get into game development, I'd naturally find this movie to be very interesting, and I was right. By taking me through the perspective of indie game developers, and the storied history of the development of such indie titles as Super Meat Boy, Fez, and Braid, I think this film has convinced me that the indie developer path is not only completely valid, but it's also the right path. I'm also very convinced by the personalities, especially the story of Edmund McMillan, who I find to be oddly relatable. The atmosphere of the film sets up the mood very well, and it really engages you with what's unfolding in the movie, and the mood is especially intensified when the film tells of Phil Fish's frustration when working on Fez. Overall, it's one of the great documentaries of our time, and I feel it's a great contribution to my own perspective on game development.