The sadly inevitable ZERO CONTACT trailer.

‘Sadly inevitable’ because eventually people would start trying to process the restrictions of the last few years on film. Or, more accurately, their own responses to those restrictions*. In this case, it looks like somebody made a picture about how much they hate Zoom calls (and fear the conditions that are making them use Zoom), then got Anthony Hopkins to have a part in it. It might do well, since everybody hates life via Zoom calls, got at least nervous about COVID, and likes Anthony Hopkins.

Which is to say: ZERO CONTACT will likely resonate fairly well in 2022, and hopefully not at all by 2032.

*I am, of course, utterly indifferent to ever creating any sort of artistic self-therapy along those lines. Nope. Not me. Nuh-uh.

2 thoughts on “The sadly inevitable ZERO CONTACT trailer.”

  1. Watching the extroverts trying to cope, over the last three years, has been … not gonna lie … pretty hilarious.

    There’s clear evidence that, to teue extroverts, human interaction has a drug-like quality.

    Jonesing for a human-connection fix, scraping the bottom of the barrel for a zoom call…

    Pathetic and desperate and, to me an introvert, hysterically funny.

    That said, I too am glad the pandemic is ending, but get away from me.


  2. Zoom calls = psychological horror with looming specter of death? Yeah, that’s a bit on the nose.

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