I enjoyed was the technological advancements that seem to be the centering point. I enjoyed how O'Hagan manipulated them to enhances the story and making the futuristic setting feel exactly as that.
I think that this is a great start to a bigger picture but as a short I don't think it was as successful as it could be.
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