‘Close Enough’ captures the surreality of Millennial existence in 2020

Mashable | Aug 1, 2020 at 10:34 PM
  • For many Millennials (and other generations, to be fair), there’s really no way to accurately portray day-to-day modern life in a grounded way — unless there is also a sudden shift into the utter collapse of reality.
  • Josh and Gabrielle are two young parents living on the east side of Los Angeles, trying to mature past the perma-adolescence of coming into adulthood in the midst of a recession and after getting saddled with astronomical student loan debts.
  • Especially as one of the most accurate depictions of Los Angeles, portraying the city as more than just a stomping ground for rich celebrities.