This Short Sci-Fi Film Looks at What Would Happen if Memories Were Disposable

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Mark Slutsky's short film "Never Happened" is about two colleagues who decide to take back a one night stand.

"'Never Happened' is set in a world much like our own, just a little different," explains Slutsky. "A world in which we can manipulate our thoughts, our lives, just a little more than we already can. The technology in the film is fictional, but in many ways, I think we have always applied the same principles to the way we view our lives, the way we selectively tell ourselves our own stories."

The short was released on Dust, a new online channel for sci-fi content. Watch it below.

"Never Happened" by Mark Slutsky - Presented by DUST from DUST on Vimeo.

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