This dream took place at a larger, somewhat fictional version of The E House that my mom’s side of the family was renting out, and it had been used as a: summer school, summer camp, maybe college, business retreat, and more over the years.
I even had false memories of this and having gone to school and / or college and / or summer camp there at some point when I was younger.
Spree premiered on January 24, 2020, at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival as part of the NEXT category, and was released theatrically and via video on demand in the United States on August 14, 2020, by RLJE Films. The film received mixed reviews, though critics praised Keery’s performance and the film’s premise.
A young man named Kurt Kunkle is obsessed with being a social media star and becoming viral. A child he used to babysit, Bobby, is now an internet celebrity who frequently makes livestreams and has high viewer numbers, making Kurt jealous. Kurt finds work as a driver for a rideshare app called Spree, then fits out his car with cameras and begins a new livestream titled “The Lesson”, where he instructs viewers on how to become famous on social media.