Living Barbie Doll: Valeria Lukyanova Featured in a Documentary Film 'My Life Online: Space Barbie' [PHOTOS]

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The name Valeria Lukyanova created worldwide controversy in 2012 with her appearance as the living Barbie Doll. Recently, Will Fairman of Vice.com travelled all the way to Ukraine to feature the famous Internet star in a documentary film to show the behind-the-scenes peculiar life of the human Barbie Doll.

Vice director Will Fairman decided to film the living Barbie Doll because he thinks that there is more to Valeria's baffling appearance, Internet images and videos. "She is paranoid about not looking perfect. I don't know exactly where it comes from. She seems to have a quite a lot of issues about her physical self and is incredibly fixated with her image," Fairman stated.

The full documentary film on living Barbie Doll Valeria Lukyanova can be watched on this link: http://www.vice.com/en_uk/my-life-online/space-barbie-full-length

Initially, the young model was hesitant being featured on the documentary film. Fairman revealed to MailOnline: "I think she was probably protecting herself. She'd appeared on various talk shows in the past and they were mainly trying to do one on her, so there was a lot of back and forth. We finally secured coming over when we said we'd focus on her spiritual and astral theories."

In the video, Valeria was described as a "time-traveling spiritual guru whose purpose is to save the world from the clutches of superficiality and negative energy." The living Barbie Doll fully thought she was probably from planet Venus and confessed to seeing a psychiatrist due to the voices in her head and different human beings that she saw. 

"I asked myself if everything was alright with my head. I hear voices all the time and see different beings. One day I decided to visit a psychiatrist. I told him everything. He listened to me carefully and said I was very lucky it was him because with another doctor I definitely would have been taken to a special place," Valeria shared.

Human Barbie Doll Valeria further discussed in the documentary film hypotheses about her pre-Earth space life and why some of the Netizens despised her. "I come from a place where only love and joy exist. But I noticed the media is only interested in negativity: show someone in a bad light, show someone's mistakes," Lukyanova stated.

Valeria even pointed out that she could be an "energy vampire" for she enjoys receiving negative feedbacks from people with the shared images of herself on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. "There are hate blogs and communities about me who post bad pictures about me and try to worsen my mood," the living Barbie Doll declared.

Even though Valeria Lukyanova has haters, the Internet star was able to gather more than 800,000 Facebook fans. Moreover, the Ukranian Barbie Doll revealed that she enjoys the company of her small group of friends who accept her for who she is.

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