The self-proclaimed biggest man-child on YouTube, the character ‘Ask Casper’ (org. Spørg Casper) is successful with his transgressive and self-exhibiting videos. But as the number of subscribers grow, so does Casper’s inner unease and memories of an upbringing with a dad with schizophrenia begin to surface. Over an eight-year period, we follow Casper and his growing internet fame as he tries navigating in the blurred lines between online and offline presence. Casper becomes a father but maybe never really an adult.
René Odgaard has a degree in multi media design and a BA in visual communication and philosophy from The University of Southern Denmark. René has worked for many years on short films and TV-projects as director, photographer end editor. His latest short documentary film ROLLER GIRLS BEIRUT (2020) was shown at Liverpool Film Festival, Rotterdam Independent Film Festival, Around International Film Festival, Marbella international film festival.
An honest story about finding your place in the fast-paced internet life hat quickly becomes all-consuming.
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