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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.
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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

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Maybe it's just because I myself am a Youtuber, but I found the "incomplete" version of Please Subscribe enjoyable and (again, maybe because I'm part of the YT Community) occasionally tear-jerking.

Aaron Bartuska
Aaron Bartuska

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
Mark Carroll

It's a decent documentary, nothing super awesome or anything. With there being so many Youtubers and all, it really is hard to get a perspective from people who make different things. That is what really makes this movie not super awesome. It doesn't quite feel like it did the subject matter justice. I also would have liked to see more of these people. They only interview like six or seven people and I think it would have been much better if they would have gotten more people. It does do a pretty good job at showing how these people live, however, which is fairly interesting. You get to see that the lives of these people isn't all work free. They work all day for money just like everyone else in the world. So yeah. It's okay, it definitely could have been better, but it isn't terrible by any means.

Ben Davis
Ben Davis

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