This gripping and engaging documentary follows the lives of the teenagers who are surpisingly obsessed about their bodies and go to extreme lengths to build up themselves to such an extent that it becomes a clinical problem.
Three young bodybuilders are tracked and insightful information is gleaned to find out how they got to the point where they wanted to be grossly big.
Danny is preparing for his first big competition by transforming his body in a matter of weeks. He is psychologically obsessed with being big, i.e., he is ‘bigorexic’; meanwhile Chapelle, a fifteen year old, plans to meet her idol Avril, a female bodybuilding legend and is thus wants to grow weirdly big as well.
The documentary poignantly uncovers the difficulties the friends and families of such obsessive bodybuilders manage in their day to day lives, while being painfully aware of how the obsession slowly and steadily starts ruling lives.
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