Notably, when the documentary opened all three subjects had, by most of the world’s standards, beautifully comfortable lives. Julia, 21, lived in an exquisite Californian home with her parents.
Julia’s project was an app called Fess where cheerleaders could swap their darkest secrets anonymously.
The idea made absolutely no sense to me whatsoever and I’m sure, as I’m almost twice Julia’s age, this would thoroughly delight her.
Why would anyone write their secrets down and tell the entire world if they wanted them to remain secret?
Not that Julia was up to much that needed to be kept secret.
Josh, 22, made his first million from the game Mino Monsters and lived between a vast, serviced apartment and the back seat of an Uber Exec car where he hustled for funding.