Not Quite A Happy Birthday: A Look at Short Film ‘Peggy’

We all like to imagine what would happen if we could read people's minds. However, we'd probably end up hearing a lot of things we wished we hadn't. Peggy (Or: The Art of Coveting in the Age of Social Media) gives us an idea of this, with all the local parents in a community going to a child's birthday party, thrown by the titular Peggy, the seemingly-perfect mother who can do no wrong. As the story goes on, more and more unravels about what everyone thinks, until everything comes according to ...

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