Director: Gia Coppola
Year Released: 2020
Rating: 1.5

Fatherless bartender Frankie (Maya Hawke) has a chance encounter with "Link" (Andrew Garfield) - who does menial work around town in various costumes - and starts, along with her co-worker Jake (Nat Wolff), recording his eccentric behavior and posting it to the Internet where he develops a strong following who like his antics.  I suppose it earns a bit of praise for addressing a current issue - the (dubious) qualities of "social media influencers" and how they affect our youth (as one character points out, YouTube is a baby sitter) - although it might have tried to do that in a less obnoxious way (satire should be subtle): there's a love triangle that forms between the three, leading to some tension, and then it turns out that "Link" is actually a mentally-ill rich kid, so there's a bit of affluenza going on his in warped attic.  Garfield really goes all out, which may put a lot of people off, but if you've ever seen the ... let's call it "over-exuberance" of these self-made "media moguls," you'll get the connection.