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Benjamin Dickinson's indie comedy Creative Control uses luminous black-and-white cinematography to tell a New York story of two young, white advertising hipsters and the women they cheat on. David, an account executive at a Brooklyn ad agency, feels himself pulling away from his yoga-instructor wife, Juliette, and falling in love with Sophie, the 18-year-old costumer who's currently sleeping with his randy photographer pal, Wim. There's also a trendy tech angle: as the movie opens, David lands his company the launch campaign for Augmenta, a new brand of "augmented reality" smart glasses, and in testing out the product, he learns how to incorporate his video capture of Sophie into a lifelike avatar that crawls right onto his lap. Continue reading >>

See our full review: In <i>Creative Control</i>, a young advertising executive gets a dose of virtual reality

In Creative Control, a young advertising executive gets a dose of virtual reality

Benjamin Dickinson wrote, directed, and stars in this indie comedy inspired by Antonioni and Woody Allen. »

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