Digital split personality

This is the best movie or documentary I have ever seen. I was laying on the sofa at the beginning of the movie and at the end I was sitting down the sofa waiting to know who is Megan? Who is Abby? like suspense movie.

If it is a documentary, you are right, it is scaring,

If not, it is scaring as well!! My god this girl had 15 personalities in Facebook!! We know that people on Internet can invent personality. In France, during a moment we had advertising for teenagers to say be careful people on Internet can be a pedophile or not be who he claims to be. We can see this kind story in newspapers or in movies. However, I was really surprise to see this kind of event with Facebook. I know it is possible but when you really see that, it is scaring.

I think Angela is  an example of « digital » split personality:

Definition from Wikipedia:

Split personality is used to describe the psychiatric diagnosis dissociative identity disorder. It is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a condition in which a person displays multiple distinct identities or personalities (known as alter egos or alters), each with its own pattern of perceiving and interacting with the environment.

Identity on Internet can be easily hidden. People who have a lack of confidence, who want to be someone else can create different profiles. This documentary critics the quickness and easiness of Internet and social networks. You can have lot of friends in this virtual world but are they real or are you alone when you switch off you computer? This documentary shows the boundaries between the real and the virtual world. There is lot of disillusion when people « wake up ».


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