Haney is of a generation almost genetically shaped by technology, social media, celebrity culture, and the narcissism and entitlement they engender. As he falls up in life, No Cameras Allowed — filled with performance footage and stills of Jay Z, Mumford & Sons, Skrillex, and more — is shaped along the outlines of a romantic comedy, including where the asshole hotshot has a brutal comeuppance that helps him realize that family and friends are what matter in life. Its safety-net rebellion ultimately reaffirms the status quo, of the sort that MTV has packaged for decades now, so it's no shock that the network is distributing the film. Still, Haney's talent and charisma make him worth watching. He often speaks directly into the camera with forced aw-shucks charm, plus he has a great eye, and the footage of him being trampled during the running of the bulls in Spain (his HBO gig) is nail-biting stuff.