The story then travels through the U.S. interviewing people who have some curious stories to tell, in which Charlene does a simple "puppetry" with the story.
At a party, she meets Michael Cera (the actor in "Juno") and he tells the director he is interested in her.
The story changes a little its focus and now follows Charlene's and Michael's love story, which in the end is broken.
My ratings: (***).
I can say that a few parts were very funny (like the first interviews)... But I simply do not believe in Charlene. And I think the whole "Michael Cera" thing was set-up.
The documentary does have a flow... It's smooth to watch... But i felt at times it was a little "too much" or "forced".