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Follow these pointers and you just may get lucky, courtesy of your Netflix account.Jetter: Not involved per se, but I always wanted to be a filmmaker.I’d wanted to do that since I was about 15 years old.Indie filmmaker Tahir Jetter knows that writing and directing a funny movie does not mean shying away from addressing serious themes in his work.His debut feature film “How to Tell You’re a Douchebag” is a testament to that fact.
The movie premiered this year at Sundance Film Festival, but Thursday night, NU students had a chance to see it when the Multicultural Filmmakers Collective hosted Jetter, who wrote, directed and produced the film, as MFC’s spring speaker.