Watch carefully. This documentary won all kids of awards at Sundance et al. But what is it about?
This is what The New Yorker wrote:
Ingenious… suggests the porous boundaries between the fictive and the concrete, the power of role-playing in defining real identities, and the risky self-discoveries that may result.
A peerless study… every thread here raises a provocative question about the ethics of online interactivity, and serves to demonstrate the Web’s ability to both facilitate and destroy human relationships.
Are they right? What is it about Second Life that draws some and troubles others?