Perhaps, this is the best story about the fact that humanity has ultimately mired in social networks.
Short-length film “Noah” was directed by Patrick Cederberg and Walter Woodman and presented at the recent Toronto Film Festival. The film brought instant success to its authors. This is the story of a teenager named Noah, represented entirely through the screen of his computer.
Despite the fact that the film lasts for only 17 minutes, it’s a pretty in-depth study of the relationships among teenagers (and not only teenagers) in the digital world. In the world where Facebook status matters, where Google and Wikipedia replace knowledge, where the value of relationships is measured in a completely new way and where procrastination has overcome all of us.
You can watch the film here, but make sure your kids don’t see it, it contains