The film starts off with the common dystopia people associate with virtual reality today, namely its potential for addiction and lost of sense what is real and what matters. It shifts priorities and perceptions which challenges the individual as much as it challenges society as a whole.
Those who will not have a purposeful place in society in the future will find refuge in virtual reality and self-dicipline will be put to the test more than ever.
What really intrigued me about this film only unveils itself at the end. So keep watching and get your mind blown.