* It’s surprisingly fun! I wouldn’t’ve guessed that a movie about voice-over artists would be compelling but this one is; half the reviews start this way and they’re right. Friends kept mentioning In a World. . . and I’m glad they did.
* In modern dating among young unattached people aggression wins: when in doubt err on the side of greater aggression. Few movies seem to emphasize this. Like Love, Actually, In a World over-relies on adolescent angst about making a move.
* I don’t see uptalk / babytalk as being as prevalent as it is in the movie. Perhaps I hang out with the wrong crowd?
* Voice itself, regardless of content, conveys tremendous information that I don’t think most people consciously consider.
* The micro-world or niche is an underrated setting for movies and sometimes books.
* Does celebrity affect / infect every field now? Does every field have groupies? Roosh may right that the future of game is fame, however niche.
* In a World. . . is unusually willing to be awkward without resolution. This is not a criticism.