"Warning," a title card ahead of the Not Okay teaser trailer reads. "This film contains an unlikeable female protagonist. Viewer discretion advised."

That twist on stereotypical tropes is at the heart of Not Okay, the new Internet culture satire from Searchlight Pictures. The movie stars Zoey Deutch and Dylan O'Brien in their second collaboration, after having starred together in the mobster film The Outfit earlier this year.

Deutch plays Danni Sanders, an aspiring writer with "no friends, no romantic prospects and — worst of all — no followers," according to the film's official synopsis. In the hopes of getting some clout, Danni fakes a trip to Paris on Instagram, but just as she posts a snap pretending to be at the Eiffel Tower, a terrorist attack strikes the city.

Danni emerges a hero, striking up a friendship with an activist (Mia Isaac) and falling in love with her dream man Colin (O’Brien) in the process. But she can't avoid a social media takedown for long. "Have you ever wanted to be noticed so badly, you didn't even care what it was for?" Danni asks. "Be careful what you f**king wish for."

Not Okay premieres on Hulu on July 29. Watch the teaser trailer below.


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