After New York City introduces a cutting-edge identity-scanning technology in 2023, citizens can not only unlock doors and make purchases at the touch of a finger, they can be tracked by ... See full summary »
Dennis A. Liu
John Di Domenico
In the near future, nanotechnology administered into the bloodstream can sync with computer apps to augment the human genome. A new law mandating and regulating this once elective procedure... See full summary »
Bayardo De Murguia,
This is a really nice romantic time-travel short film and one of my favourites.
We start by seeing Stuart take Kaylie to dinner at a restaurant. Some of his behaviour is rather strange, but as the story unfolds it all makes sense. I like some
of Emily Bell's facial expressions when she reacts to what he knows about her.
Imagine someone came from the future to tell you that all your hopes and dreams for your entire life would fail to materialise and would end up with a lonely existence, as happens to Kaylie here. An opportunity to change your future would be a preferable choice, no matter how bizarre.
The only thing I found silly was the 2D human hologram reminiscent of Quantum Leap, so less one mark.
If you like short science fiction films like this, another excellent one is "A Purgatory Story".
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