Rob (Travis Mitchell) is nothing if not a loving father - so when his
son Daniel (Malik Uhuru) died (physically anyways), he had his mind
transferred onto a computer, so he wouldn't have to lose all of him. The
problem is though, spending his (after-)life on a computer hard drive
feels like living hell to Daniel, so eventually he asks his dad do shut
him down. But it's harder to let go of a loved one than one might think,
no matter what the circumstances ...
Sure, the concept of this
film might be of the science fiction variety, and the science this is
based on might actually be very far fetched - but that said, the primary
focus of the film is on the emotional side of things, about and the
inability to let go. And thanks to strong performances as well as a
directorial effort that manages to create atmosphere and give the actors
room to breathe at the same time, the film comes to life beautifully
despite its less than likely premise.