Is our brain absorbed by the electronic devices? Are we plunged into such a great dependance that we can not live without them? To what extent is the evolution of the digital era healthy for our mind? Are we losing the appreciation of the material things?
All these issues came up after watching the short film, Lost Memories directed by François Ferracci. The synopsis is simple: Paris, 2020. A young couple spending their day in the city. The other main characters: a polaroid camera and a powerful digital device. Can this digital obsession create a disconnection between people and their relationships? Do we need to have tangible memories to build our personal story in a lasting way?
Questions and more questions. That’s life.