Noah: Life on the Internet

Noah: Life on the Internet Played out entirely on a teenagers's computer and iPhone screen, this film illustrates how we receive information today, constantly, simultaneously, compulsively and more often, solitarily.

Noah, a short film tells the story of a teen’s breakup with his girlfriend online. The film illustrates the short attention span and lack of connection that young teens are facing in today’s digital world.

Played out entirely on the teenagers’s computer and iPhone screen, Noah’s relationship takes a sudden turn for the worse in this captivating study of behaviour in the world of facebook and web surfing. Perhaps these words are unfurling inside one of the many browse tabs you have open on your computer.

You could have one open for work, a tab for chatting, and another for twitter. And maybe some are open for no reason at all. This is the way we receive information these days, and the way we choose to communicate now: constantly, simultaneously, compulsively, endlessly, and more and more often, solitarily.

This strange new way of living – and its indelible effect on our humanity – is perfectly captured in this short documentary film.

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