To view the film on its surface, this is a beautifully crafted world of top notch CGI filled to the brim with dark themes and horrifying implications about the state of reality, and yet already we’ve arrived at my main criticism: the world is vastly more interesting than the story being told.
Focusing on Aaron Swartz and Edward Snowden, filmmaker Ali Akbarzadehan captures a clear message of activism for our own freedom of expression, the freedom of the press and other civil liberties that are challenged by bumbling bureaucracies attempting to legislate that which they do not understand.
Imagine you were able to make changes to your favorite TV show, especially after enduring a disappointing season. Maybe you could change the ending of film you really liked but thought the ending could have been better. While that may seem like something left only to the realm of imagination, recent enhancements in entertainment technology are making interactive TV possible.