Going into this one my expectations were non-existent. All we knew was that it was a documentary about someone named Nev falling in love with Megan, the older sister of an 8-year-old girl named Abby. One day, Nev receives a package in the mail from Abby which is a painting of a photograph of Nev’s. Nev befriends Abby and becomes friends with her on Facebook and they start to email back and forth, all while Nev is sending new photos to Abby for her to paint. Things aren’t all that they seem as the New York-based photographer starts to fall in love with Megan and the relationship begins to open up, setting off a string of events that have to be seen to be believed. The less said about the plot the better. Knowing nothing myself going in, I have to give huge kudos to filmmakers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. Never before has my mouth stood so agape at what I was witnessing on screen. The only way to describe this is as a sort of comedic/thriller hybrid. Except that it’s a documentary, so hilarious and engaging, yet also so remarkably chilling and intense. Trust me when I say that this is THE film of this year’s Sundance Film Festival and is so far the absolute do-not-miss film of the year as well.