If there was a way to never lose those that you love, would you do it? What would it cost? I don’t mean merely the monetary cost, but the ethical one as well. What if? That’s what Will is about to find out. After a tragic accident, he chooses to do something controversial. Though he’s lost everything, he’s risking even more with what he’s about to do. You see, he’s been working on a project to transfer the complete consciousness of the recently deceased into an android. The problem is that he hasn’t succeeded yet, there is something that he’s missing. Well, now that he’s caught in this delicate balance, he must risk all that he has left to have any hope at a future. When someone begins to interfere, he must be willing to make the hardest decisions imaginable. Will he be able to do what he needs to? Or is it already too late? As this plays out, it brings to mind other similar movies: Self/Less, Transcendence, etc… but does it in a way that it’s able to stand alone. If you’re a fan of those types of sci-fi consciousness stories, than this might be for you. Are you ready to find out?