A futuristic clone introduces her young ancestor to the various ways that humanity has adapted to death.
Directed by Don Hertzfeldt
Starring Julia Pott and Winona Mae
Initial Review by Shane Setnor
Well, at least in the future it seems reasonable to think that dying, as we know it, will no longer exist. Blair and I have often had a conversation about uploading our brain into computers by the time we’re old. It’s a very intriguing possibility in my opinion, though Blair seems less enthused. Just thinking of the possibility is where my thought exercise ends. Don Hertzfeld, however, gives us 16 minutes of heartfelt melancholy and absurd sci-fi that shows that technology isn’t what is interesting about the future, but how it changes humanity is the question.