A very compelling plot that contains strong elements of the 1983 movie "Brainstorm" and "Rememory" from 2017.
The storyline takes a glimpse into the future of cyber connectivity way beyond the present confines of the internet wherein all people are mentally interconnected through a highly sophisticated neural network that would make The Avenger's Tony Stark would be very pleased indeed, however, the filmmaker's depiction of this hypothetical future is surprisingly successful in its matter of fact approach and spares us the contrivances of a Disney/Marvel production.
In fact, we jump right into the heart of the matter and confront serious issues related to this arguably beneficent technology and its inherent dangers.
It's an approach that is somewhat similar to the original Star Wars Episode IV "A New Hope".
George Lucas threw the audience right into the midst of conflict and grabbed our attention, no holds barred, the rest, as they say, is history.
Mercifully this isn't preachy nor does it attempt to take an abrasively obvious moral high ground, it deals with the technology in a palatably detached and reasonably objective manner, the way any technology should be evaluated.
Even in our own time in 2019, it is in hindsight only that we are beginning to come to grips with the realities of internet connectivity and it's alleged "conveniences".
The production values are impressive and this is one of the few times when CGI is employed artfully and tastefully, one is almost tempted to say that it even exudes a degree of graciousness.