“Don’t kill me Mr. Ghostface, I want to be in the sequel.” - creator of into:screens
At times it really feels like as if you’re watching actual footage of this girl’s life. Elsie Fisher gives a pitch perfect performance and makes it her own. The way this was all shot, contributes to that sense of non-fiction.
Some of the scenes were harsh but very realistic. It’s not always easy growing up and wanting to belong.
It’s a bit of a struggle to fully dive into it, but by the end you’ll feel with Kayla. And it just puts a smile on your face.