A widower revisits a moment in his life through a device that causes more harm than good.

Director’s Statement

The idea for Impossibility:Possibility arose one evening at a restaurant when I looked around to see everyone glued to their cellphones. In that moment, I wondered what a future where humans are 100% dependent on technology would look like: what this technology would be and how would it be applied to our lives?

Just how narcotics or alcohol can become addicting, I see present-day similarities to the relationship we have with our cell phones and current technology. This script was developed with this idea in mind, and how addiction is used for many to cope with depression or personal loss. We are currently at a turning point in the world of technology and how it is used it in our day-to-day lives. Our youth is growing up in the digital world and are surrounded by screens, computers, and gadgets from birth, which I see leading quickly to dependence.

The experience that is communicated through Impossibility:Possibility is a paradox, the feeling of being stuck in a loop of horror. The film is meant to be a glimpse into a man’s life after the loss of his wife, a constant cycle of love versus loss caused by his addiction to a new form of technology.