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Lennon looks good: teal tinted hair, cool tattoos, a punky sartorial feel, big headphones. As she sulks around the edges of a gallery opening on the artsy side of Columbus, Ohio, she seems to fit in, until you notice… Why isn’t Lennon talking to someone else? How come no one has said goodbye to her? And why is she incorporating the incredibly basic party chatter around her instead of actually participating in it?

Cut into a title card that shows us, amusingly and painfully, the superficial truth of Lennon’s existence: the movie is called ‘Poser’ and that’s exactly what Lennon is. While Ori Segev and Noah Dixon’s elevator pitch is spiky feature directorial debut is easy enough—it’s “Single White Female” set in Columbus’s vibrant indie scene, with a good dash of podcast humor—the film’s captivating setting and a few groundbreaking lead performances make it a whole lot better than other similar movies. Spiky, funny, feverish and more than a little bit nail-biting, “Poser” is a promising debut and proof that this seemingly well-tapped subgenre isn’t done making audiences shudder.

Lennon looks good: teal tinted hair, cool tattoos, a punky sartorial feel, big headphones. As she sulks around the edges of a gallery opening on the artsy side of Columbus, Ohio, she seems to fit in, until you notice… Why isn’t Lennon talking to someone else? How come no one has said goodbye to her? And why is she incorporating the incredibly basic party chatter around her instead of actually participating in it?

Cut into a title card that shows us, amusingly and painfully, the superficial truth of Lennon’s existence: the movie is called ‘Poser’ and that’s exactly what Lennon is. While Ori Segev and Noah Dixon’s elevator pitch is spiky feature directorial debut is easy enough—it’s “Single White Female” set in Columbus’s vibrant indie scene, with a good dash of podcast humor—the film’s captivating setting and a few groundbreaking lead performances make it a whole lot better than other similar movies. Spiky, funny, feverish and more than a little bit nail-biting, “Poser” is a promising debut and proof that this seemingly well-tapped subgenre isn’t done making audiences shudder.

Segev and Dixon have their feature featuring some real-life figures from Columbus’ burgeoning art scene, which not only adds a hard-fought veracity, but also allows us (and Lennon) to meet Bobbi Kitten, a punk rocker playing a loosely fact-based version of himself. Like the real Kitten, Bobbi from the movie fronts a burgeoning local band (Damn the Witch Siren), a much-loved local figure with formidable charisma and performance skills, all topped off with a head of pink hair. No wonder Lennon ends up turning her attention to Bobbi.

While Kitten is supposedly playing a version of herself, in her very first on-screen role, she’s not at all afraid to turn in an actual performance. Like Lennon, Bobbi is a lesson in opposites: she’s nice but a little wary, she’s creative, but she’s also prone to speaking in generalities, and she may be the only person who capitalizes on what’s really going on. Lennon is going on. As Lennon gets to know Bobbi, so does the public, with Segev and Dixon occasionally diving into her perspective after presenting the world so steadfastly through Lennon’s skewed eyes.

It’s a gamble that usually pays off later, and while “Poser” works up to a somewhat predictable end, the details and ideas that get us there are fascinating and unique. Mix and Kitten are a formidable duo, both adept at tricky roles that make “Poser” such an exciting watch. Like Lennon, it looks good, but there’s so much more going on beneath the surface.

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