So there’s this new independent flick premiering on YouTube this week called The Cult of Sincerity.
I’ve made it through twenty minutes so far and while the production isn’t the most beautiful thing in the world, the stories actually kind of compelling.
It’s about rejecting the sarcasm and cynicism which pervades far too much of the modern pseudo-hipster culture and actually taking on a lifestyle which affirms something greater than deconstruction.
So far it’s been pretty good. If it ends up being amazing, maybe I’ll carve out a few hasty moments and write some more about it.
Watch it. Support it.
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