InRealLife

InRealLife
InRealLife

Year

2013

Duration

89 minutes

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Documentary

Language

English

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Synopsis

The internet is a pervasive aspect of daily life, with many uses, from communication to entertainment, shopping and learning. Our online activities may make us feel connected to global society, but there is also a dark side to the web, and people have voiced concerns about who controls it, the potential for it to be abused, and the possibility of it being regulated. This documentary, made by Into Film trustee Beeban Kidron, looks at the ways in which young people interact with the internet, how advertisers target them, and how web content can influence their attitudes to things such as sex.

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Strong sex, sex references, strong language.

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