Alex is doing well, really well. Her social media boasts members-only rooftops, inexplicably sunny days, and a never-ending boomerang of clinking glasses – like after like after like. On the surface, everything is perfect but when her father dies, she reluctantly joins a bereavement support group.
She shares a little. Then lies a lot. And it feels fantastic: like the ‘likes’, but live. And just like that, Alex is addicted.
PLEASE, FEEL FREE TO SHARE is a dark comedy about the growing need to share our entire lives, even if what we’re sharing isn’t always the truth and even if it takes us away from who we really are.