Deep Dive (short science fiction movie in full: video).

November 26, 2020 | By | Reply More

Here’s a short science fiction movie called Deep Dive, by Mohammad Solei, where in the near future, everyone sees the city through their own set of augmented reality contact lenses.

Here, a young Persian refugee arrives at the border of Los Angeles and is given a mandatory set of government-issued immigrant transition AR lenses. Shut out of other people’s reality she slowly descends into a new form of digital alienation.

It actually views like a snapshot from the classic Stephen Hunt science fiction novel, The Pashtun Boy’s Paradise, in which a young Afghan refugee arrives in a future European utopia.

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