Portrait of a woman grappling with aging, self-perception, and transformation in a technologically optimized world, Jackie will give up anything to feel “connected" — to herself, to the future, and to a precarious sense of perfection.
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Wealthy Yuppies take on an existentialist meaning of being after a lifetime of consumerism. Nice twist at the end with the take on the increasing interconnections of humanity possible by future advances in technology. The filmmakers are somewhat afraid of losing perceived notions of American individuality as shown in the almost horror at the end but settled for awe. All in all a good effort; not bad.
"By no means on the level of, say, Black Mirror, when it comes to speculating on the humanist ramifications of future of digital connectedness, but its interesting to get a film that where two female celebrities likes Pamela Anderson and Jane Fonda address issues associated with aging in a world obsessed with youth." - Christopher Webster, Quiet Earth