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Please Subscribe: A Documentary About Youtubers (2013)





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Please Subscribe is a documentary that explains the phenomenon of some of the most influential and unique content creators raising the bar on Youtube and for online media in general. Through a series of intimate narrative vignettes, the film explores the different journeys taken by some of the medium's top creators to get where they are today. The film focuses on one main question that is "What makes a YouTuber?" Ask anyone in the community and they will each provide a different answer. No one thing makes a YouTuber, but rather it's the journey these creators have taken to pave their own unique path.more
Rating: PG-13
Genre: Documentary, Special Interest
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Documentary promotes YouTube stars' non-glam life.

Full Review… | February 6, 2013
Common Sense Media

Audience Reviews for Please Subscribe: A Documentary About Youtubers

The YouTube culture isn't really my milieu, so I was unaware of the work of all those represented in this documentary. The film begins with an overview of the potential in our new world of technological advancement and the burgeoning domain of online media. Then we meet six or seven different people who make their living off of YouTube, how that came about, what their processes are, and what their lives off-screen entail. Each of these profiles makes you want to see all these people's videos, and know more about them. Hannah Hart, for instance, hosts a show where she gets drunk and cooks different recipes, many of them sounding really good, actually. She has a complex backstory and really funny videos that a lot of people actually watch on a regular basis. We learn about her life as a translator, her move to LA, and her quirky, fun personality. The processes behind some of these people's work entails huge studios with entire crews and equipment, while others use natural sunlight for lighting, and some don't even wear pants. This is a must see for anyone thinking of becoming an online personality, or for anyone who simply loves the medium.

Spencer S.

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This is a fun, solid documentary. It offers a look behind the scenes with a variety of successful YouTubers. Well worth the watch.

Mark Carroll

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