In this remarkable sequence from I Am Another You, Chinese filmmaker Nanfu Wang considers the meaning of generosity and gratitude, and finds herself so “disgusted” with her own subject that she begins losing interest in the project—leading to a decision that will reshape the documentary entirely.

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After they arrived at the formal together, Miranda said he criticized her behavior from earlier in the afternoon.

'He said to me, "The way you were acting today was disgusting and unattractive,' she said, without elaborating on the behavior he was referring to. Ps you are stunning,' someone else known as 'BA' wrote.

Then she can find a truly accepting, loving guy and you can find a girl whose past is more to your liking. If you do, you can erase your girlfriend’s past, along with her one night stands you don’t approve of.

If you don’t have such an eraser, you’re going to just have to accept her for who she is NOW.

Miranda added that she ended up leaving the formal to meet up with her friends because she was 'done with him.' 'About an hour later he called me, yelling at me to apologize for leaving him! 'I said, "I will not apologize for leaving you after you called me disgusting and unattractive."'Miranda's post quickly went viral, earning nearly 300,00 likes and more than 33,000 retweets. And one hopeful guy named Noah added: 'I think you need to gain a healthy 165 now.' Although the overall response was positive, one person named Kennedy took to the comments section to defend Miranda's date.

Plenty of people took to the comments section to praise her for the post, with one person named Tyler Darden tweeting: No idea who you are but I'm rolling on the floor right now. 'It's really funny when no one knows the ACTUAL truth about what happened.

Calling someone's actions disgusting is not the same as the actual person...' she wrote.

When people criticized her for sticking up for him, Kennedy said she was defending her friend who is being 'publicly attacked and bullied' for someone manipulating his words.

Disgust is an emotional response of revulsion to something considered offensive, distasteful, or unpleasant.