Alexia is sitting down on the couch on her laptop when suddenly her phone vibrates. She picks it up and unlocks it to find a message sent to her instagram
You always look bad
Get a life
This scene is where Alexia opens Instagram to receive a few messages from a unknown person.
Accoring to New York Times, kids from the age 8 to 18 spend more than 7 and a half hours a day on electronic devices. This has led to teens receiving insufficient sleep, anxiety and increased irritability.
This is going to be a mid shot scene. The reason behind this title is I want people to ignore the haters and to stamp out the fact that people are going to hate on you no matter who you are, you will always have a few people who don't like the way you are, the way you look or the way you act so that is the reason behind this title.
Being too active on social media and worrying about regular picture posting and status updates has been linked to anxiety, poor body image and diminished mental health.
In this scene Alexia reads out the messages she's received from the person and she puts on a voice where she feels hurt.
It's miss uggers girl
In this scene it's talking about how many times a day teenagers nowadays go on social media and how it's effecting their day to day life. Teenagers spend nearly 8 hours per day on their phones just for entertainment purposes and to keep in contact with their friends.
This shot shows that people worry too much about picture posting or updating their statuses whether it's on Facebook or Snapchat so that people they have on their friends lists can know what they get up to during their day, this leads to people following up on who your with and where you are.