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"I Am Another You" is a remarkably sensitive and lovely portrait of an individual, a family, and a life that shines an uncommonly humane light on the issues of mental illness and homelessness.
An excellent, intuitive study of American wanderlust.
So absorbing because it plays like a lyrical road odyssey that's also a detective story.
"I Am Another You" poses tricky questions about the relationship between filmmaker and subject, and maybe between filmmaker and audience.
It's a canny bit of human-interest reportage and criticism of the form at once.
While I Am Another You is a scrappy production, it roots the narrative in the epic ambitions of its quixotic protagonist, and he fits nicely into a series of familiar archetypes.
One unintended bit of entertainment value is seeing the naivete of the Chinese ex-pat director, falling under this pretty boy's spell like everyone else he meets.
Divided into three chapters ... the movie is a compelling hybrid of personal reflection and observational filmmaking.
If you read between the lines, you'll see the etchings of a self-portrait that is far more complex and engaging than the Dylan Olsen-shaped watercolor in the forefront.
Documentary about a young man whose quest for freedom masks major mental problems.
Heartbreaking and gripping, but repetitive and not broad enough in scope.
There's a lot to be said about books and covers as well as the prisons we erect for ourselves despite being outside the ones society constructs around us.
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