“Work to live, not live to work, as they say. We will all be replaced quite soon, they also say.”
This scene hones in on the psychological costs of living in a society that fetishizes technological upgrades. Planned obsolescence is an ever-present analogue for the frailty of our bodies.
Devices that were once cutting-edge become obsolete in a few years. Leaving our seemingly static and outmoded selves surrounded by the debris of optimization.