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Bilandic does perfectly capture the laid-back style of the twentysomethings (the lead actors all do fine work) and manages to present a fresh story of callow youth caught up in their own American odyssey.
[A] wry satire of millennial art-chic posturing.
A micro-budget indie best described as the cinematic equivalent of a modestly amusing shaggy-dog story that meanders toward a clever punchline.
The old story of art as a refuge for scoundrels and callow youth is amusing and updated with assorted details.
A very funny slice of art world satire, "Hellaware" will ring true for anyone who's encountered this kind of behavior before, and really, haven't we all?
The film stays engaging as a quick-sketch study in artist-subject ethics, and how pretentious blather might easily become a form of doublespeak, a sort of theoretical smoke screen for blatantly me-first conduct.
As Nate learns, it's one thing to create something attention grabbing, but quite another to say something. "Hellaware" does both.
New York art-world hipsters get raked over the countryside campfire coals in Hellaware, a frequently hilarious - if ultimately somewhat predictable - satire about artistic exploration and pretension.
Despite covering some well-worn territory, Hellaware feels fresh and manages to offer the same old criticism without the same old self-seriousness.
Michael M. Bilandic deftly captures the arrogance and despair of New York artists in their efforts to succeed in a decadent world that forces them to produce inherently epigonic work.
A trippy, occasionally hilarious and oddly poignant Americana odyssey ...
A broad and occasionally disjointed indictment of the New York art scene and horrorcore rap that leaves no broad side of a barn untargeted.
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