Year 2533... A World Without Connection

Year 2533... A World Without Connection

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Project for Theories of Love & Sex

Storyboard Text

  • The year is 2533. The earth is dark & humans are too busy for physical or emotional interactions, the human race has evolved to need to 'plug in' to each other for 60 min. per month to sustain life.
  • I have an hour before my next patient, meet me in my office to plug in.
  • We need to hurry, I'll set my watch. I don't have a minute to spare.
  • It has been 3 months since his last plug in, he is weak and past the ability to "recharge". I declare patient 7N36V99 as null and void. 
  • Worried about the survival of the human race the government has decreed that all persons between the ages of 24-32, born female are required to conceive one child. Upon conception the embryo will be removed and incubated and raised until 18 years of age at a government facility.
  • For those female humans who do not follow the government decree, on the day of their 33rd birthday, they will be terminated......declared null & void.
  • I am turning 33 in a week. I will pay you $500,000 to plug in to me for 90 minutes in order for me to conceive.
  • I will watch the clock.
  • 9VF772W1 here to have my embryo removed.
  • We have been expecting you. Proceed to door 2. Removal of the embryo will take 15 minutes, you will receive your donor stamp and be released.
  • INCUBATION ROOM
  • 0-9 months INFANT ROOM
  • Realizing that technology can not save the human race. Children raised in the government facility are taught love, caring, and the importance of family....in hopes that humans will once again have a desire for closeness and learn to love again.
  • VIEWING ROOM 1
  • VIEWING ROOM 2
  • VIEWING ROOM 3
  • He makes my heart beat fast
  • She makes me tingle!
  • I hope she's thinking what I'm thinking! 
  • I hope he's thinking what I'm thinking!
  • Can government intervention save the human race?...
  • A World Void of Love & Desire
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