ScreenTimes: Ingrid Goes West Q&A with Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen

Watch a conversation between “Ingrid Goes West" central duo, Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen, and writer–director Matt Spicer.

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“Ingrid Goes West” is an acerbically hilarious comedy about youth, culture, social media and the loneliness of modern life. Described as a wicked comedy, dark psychodrama and scathing satire of friendship and connection in the “like me” era — where loneliness, vulnerability and deception bubble just beneath the surface of our carefully constructed public personas.

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SCREENTIMES: Ingrid Goes West Q&A with Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen

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