The movie is expertly cast. All the actors very good in their roles. And the thing clips along at a rapid pace as we follow three different stories involving underage webcam sex performers, identity theft, and teen online bullying that goes very badly.
Good and tastefully done movie of it's type.
The depth to the key characters is a breath of fresh air - there's no black and white, good and bad - just people dealing with life as they can, with deep flaws alongside their best efforts. I'm not usually a fan of Bateman's acting style, but his character's journey is entirely believable - indeed the actor stated this is his favourite film he's worked on.
The range of topics explored is inspirational: distant parents and relationships; sex workers vs "rescue" & media organisations that actually care little for welfare; cyber bullying & fraud; social networking as both a gift and a curse to the socially awkward; gender differences in problem solving, etc etc.
So many opportunities for the film to go overboard and choose audience pleasing drama over realism and insight - but the latter is chosen, culminating in a beautiful collage of potentially disastrous situations that play out realistically. Loved it.