You Look Different in Real Life, by Jennifer CastleRead about another entry on the list.
A year before Richard Linklater unveiled Boyhood—but 11 years into his secret production—Castle imagined a very similar project: five children’s lives are documented, with a new film being released every five years. But by the time we get to Five at Sixteen, Justine doesn’t want to be the center of attention, despite being at an age where she should relish it. After taking on the role of the “edgy” one in the two previous films, she no longer feels that’s her identity. Even worse, she’s not friends with the other four subjects anymore. Yet she can’t deny wanting to see them again, as they are the only ones who share her odd coming-of-age. You Look Different in Real Life will remind you more of a fascinating sociology study than a scandalous reality tell-all.
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