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I May Destroy You
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This movie will certainly not be for everyone but it does raise interesting questions of what is real and what is not in the context of a documentary. What starts out as an adaptation of a book (rare in non-fiction form) evolves into something unique when a real fight breaks out about life vs art and what an artist should or should not be willing to do for the sake of their art. Overall, a heady and original film that will possibly leave you to think about some of the choices you've made in your own life. The way James Franco is brought into the fold is fun to watch as well!