Parents should definitely watch this documentary about how Instagram changes the lives of three different teens. Kaylyn is a privileged and pretty girl who wants to be seen. She spends lots of time thinking about how she is viewed and everything about Instagram for her is about the numbers: how many likes, how many followers, etc. Her story was a classic how-can-her-parents-let-her-exploit-herself-like-that tale. On the flip side is Emma, an innocent girl who gets bullied and bases her self-acceptance on relationships she develops online. There's a lot more to their stories and it's worth watching.
Humza's story was more entertaining for me because it didn't feel so close to home. Humza was just trying to figure out who he is when he started posting photography on Instagram. Along the way he finds conflict and adventure, drama and success. I hope he has someone looking out for him because he literally has the world at his feet.