We are more emotionally isolated today than at any other point in human history.
Technology, that magic that permits us to be more connected with mankind than ever before, has backfired.
We communicate via computer games and smileys, and have forgotten what it’s like to have a real human interaction.
We have affairs and develop eating disorders because we crave what a blank screen could never provide, no matter how many comments claim otherwise.
All that’s left are men, women and children so lost in their own thoughts, trying to keep up with our ever evolving world that they forget to pay attention. To care. To love.
That’s what this film attempts to preach, I think.