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Christie Bosch on Tick made the internet buzz with her post about the new A24 true crime documentary Navidson record. The story involves creepy metaphysics, where a photographer called Will Navidson he moves into a house that is bigger on the inside than on the outside.

“I’ve never been so disturbed by a documentary and I’d be wary of watching it if you have mental health issues.” Christie says in her post. She goes on to state that Navisdon is bringing in experts to investigate the house, documenting everything. “The difference in size is only a few centimeters at first, but as time goes on the house expands and the men actually start to find doors that weren’t there before.”

“I don’t want to spoil what’s going on, but I will say that when they decide to open these doors, they find spaces that defy logic and connect with something that’s deeply unsettling. The ending of this film has inspired countless essays and much debate.”

@everydaychristie People always ask “where do I watch this?” 😉 #fyp #documentary movie #documentation #movies #must watch #creepy #frunzedecasa #greenscreenvideo ♬ original sound – Christie Bosch

This documentary sounds fantastic, so where can you watch it? Well, you can’t. It’s false, at least in Christie’s context. But you can read the book.

Christie posted this mock review on February 15th. And since then he has disappointed fans over a million times. It’s actually the story from the very popular real-life book titled House of Leaves composed of Mark Z. Danielewski in 2000.

The book is about as meta as you can get with a story within a story. Some spoilers ahead: A man finds a manuscript written by another man named Zampanò which writes about a man named Will Navidson who documents his strange house on film. Whether the things that happen in the house are real, or even if the documentary is real, is the question. It’s complicated, but that’s what makes Christie’s video such a deep cut.

After the flood of questions from her followers about where to watch this incredible documentary, Christie’s boyfriend filmed a response:

@everydaychristie Reply to @sebtalks ♬ original sound – Christie Bosch

It’s the ultimate “if you know it, you know it” and Christie has fooled a lot of people who he didn’t know. She had to clarify his intentions in a later since-deleted reply.

“Many of you are wondering where to watch this, so I’ll explain,” she says. “I didn’t think this would get so many views because it’s so niche. First of all, you can’t watch this anywhere. I’m really sorry. Please forgive me.”

Many eager viewers ran to YouTube and discovered that there was indeed a documentary titled Navidson record but it’s not from A24.

“If you’ve spent time watching that four-part series on YouTube, I’m really sorry, I didn’t know it existed. But I bet those people who did that are probably impressed by the amount of views they get.”

Christie then apologizes for her little joke and makes the following statement: “I promise I won’t lie to you or trick you in the future.”

So Navidson record there is, but there is not, but there is.

Source: Dexerto

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