Parties spilling out into Collegetown streets during O-week, bags left on tri-Delt’s walkway during rush, Olin glowing across the Arts Quad at night — Hugo Genes’ ‘10 film Collegetown is full of eerily familiar sights. The college in Collegetown is unnamed, but so much of it is filmed at Cornell that it seems like it could be about your classmates. The film critiques high-price universities and the students’ narrow focus on getting drunk and rich. The film is focused on the message – the characters are not explored very deeply – but you see the moments in their lives relating to their financial situations, both in terms of career and college costs. Since you don’t get to know the characters well, the film’s most relatable aspects are small interactions.