Being famous in a social media-obsessed world: Kirsten Dunst stars in short satire film exposing the weirdness of selfie culture

Kirsten Dunst has starred in a two-minute short film about what it’s like to be a celebrity in our social-media obsessed culture.

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Other actresses Mr Frost has enlisted in his short films include Cate Blanchett in a ‘slow motion’ satire, Kate Winslet in an interview spoof, and Jessica Chastain turning on a fan who is attempting to take a sly photo.
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The dramatization, which was shot for Vs. Magazine by filmmaker Matthew Frost, shows the 32-year-old actress getting accosted by a pair of female fans outside what appears to be her Los Angeles home.

Upon snapping a number of selfies with the star, the fans all but ignore Miss Dunst in favor of their phones – even when she attempts polite conversation. Then, they arrogantly implore her to ‘tag’ them from her own social media account.

 Miss Dunst agreed to take part in the film after she declared herself a fan of Mr Frost’s best-known skit, Fashion Film, starring Izzy Caplan, which mocks forced ‘artsiness.’

In his latest offering, titled Aspirational, Miss Dunst is filmed waiting for an Uber car when the two fans screech to a halt in their car alongside her and ask: ‘Are you Kirsten Dunst?’

The actress wryly confirms that yes she is, after which the girls scramble out of their car and wordlessly, without asking permission, start taking numerous selfies with her.

Miss Dunst, who asks the girls ‘How are you?’ and is entirely ignored, is gracious, if a little baffled with their impromptu photo shoot.

‘Don’t you want your friend to take it?’ she asks one of the girls, who is struggling to get her own face into frame with the actress.

‘I don’t trust her,’ the girl responds shortly.

Both distinctly unenthusiastic ‘fans’ then start typing into their phones fiendishly as they share their prized selfies.

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