Kirsten Dunst Shows What It’s Like To Be A Piece Of Selfie Meat In A Lols Short Film

No one even wants to talk anymore


by Fiona Byrne |
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It used to be that people just wanted celebrities autographs, and then when cell phones came along you were thrilled to be able to capture the moment which you would then maybe put on your MySpace or Friendster account but that’s about as far as it went. Oh, and you usually had someone else take the photo.

Now though, it’s all different. Firstly, you don’t have to ask your friend to take the photo. You take it. Selfies are better than a posed shot, right? Well, if you want to get uncomfortably close to a strangers face, albeit a famous stranger, then yes. Forget awkwardly placed hands, now celebrities have to deal with inappropriate cheek contact.

And you know what else? No one wants to talk, or say hi, or like, compliment your art. They want to walk up to you, take a selfie, then promote themselves.

Kirsten Dunst made a lols little filmwith Matthew Frost (who also wrote and directed that lols Fashion Filmwith Lizzy Caplan) in which you get a pretty bang on insight into what it’s like to be nothing but a piece of selfie meat for follower-hungry fans. And yes, this really does happen to her and every other famous person.

Check it out below:

ASPIRATIONAL from Matthew Frost on Vimeo.

This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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