Humberto Leon & Carol Lim’s Fall/Winter 2016 campaign movie for KENZO, “The Realest Real“, delves into the 21st century construct of contemporary fandom – that omnipresent temptation of the public to fall desperately for their silver screen idols.

With social media infiltrating our lives and disintegrating the barriers between what is ordinary and what is celebrity, KENZO takes a surreal look at the invisible digital walls that separate us from our favourite personalities and icons, and the curious conceit of a dream come true.

Mom. I’m dead. Marry me. These commonplace Instagram comments are woven into a narrative labyrinth where everyday people find themselves not only face-to-face with their celebrity crush, but plunging head first into the neurotic realities.

Written and directed by “Portlandia’s” Carrie Brownstein, “The Realest Real” explores satire in the post-internet age, unfolding in improbable directions and viewed through her unapologetic, polished, yet pedestrian lens.