Premiering this week at the Sundance Film Festival 2019, this raw drama uses a fresh young cast to offer up a thoughtful, compelling allegory for the metoo era.
As groggy night gives way to the cold light of day, her phone blows up with concerned texts.
Writer and director Pippa Bianco marshals a naturalistic teen cast led by a sympathetic performance from Rhianne Barreto as Mandy.
The droning and tinkling score marries with muted colours and jumpy, jarring editing as the camera shoulders in among the kids.
They're children, bored and playing, flitting from hard partying to lung-busting sport with the vigour of youth.
But Share avoids becoming a cautionary tale about drinking and drugs and the strange urge to film everything.