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A documentary is meant to be an educational experience. It typically presents a topic, working to bring new ideas to viewers perhaps unaware of the subject, delivering information to help the audience best appreciate the analysis constructed by the filmmaker. 2021's "You Can't Kill Meme" doesn't offer such development, with director Hayley Garrigus (making her helming debut) looking to explore the world of "memetic magic," only doing so without much concern for those new to a universe of manipulation and mental illness. It's the rare documentary where one has to fully understand the details of the subject to understand the documentary. "You Can't Kill Meme" is niche work from Garrigus, who doesn't have a master plan for the endeavor, bouncing around random topics and meeting various personalities, attempting to be eloquent about the ways of chaos without really putting in the effort to craft a cohesive and welcoming picture. Read the rest at


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