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Year

2017

Duration

12 minutes

Genres

Drama, Short Films

Language

Dutch (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Elsie is a 14-year-old girl who spends a large amount of her time on her mobile phone. We watch from the unique perspective of her phone screen as, over a 24-hour period, her life on social media spins out of control and her phone changes from being her best friend to her worst enemy. #tagged is an anti-bullying short film which contextualises, and empathises with, the pressures and pitfalls of modern technology.

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