Thursday, September 29, 2011

Obligatory Well-Timed “@urFRENZ” Trailer and Synopsis

When depressed and withdrawn Catharine meets a secretive boy online, she begins to come out of her shell. But is he a suitor or a stalker, a friend or foe? The mystery of his existence fuels obsession, denial and deceit, sending her to the point of no return. In the midst of cliques, boyfriends, and digital drama, Catharine is trying to make sense of a world of uncertain identities. The film was inspired by the writer-director's own experience parenting his teenage daughter in the world of cyberspace. “@urFRENZ” was made to serve as a talking point for the subject matter of bullying and cyberbullying, the number one hot button issue between parents and teens today.

(The above was written by the distributors of the film, and is reproduced here, without permission or shame, as a public service to those in the cybersphere who either do (or do not) need to be reminded of a certain state of affairs -- and both you and you know who you are. -- DLA)

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