A film critic in the future goes insane when he learns that a computer program has learned how to replicate his style. More
A man of the written word, he has made himself a name in the literary community in the year 2035. But someone has dared to plagiarize his work. When he confronts the culprit, he learns that it was not a person but a computer programmed to replicate his identity. Trapped on all sides by an encroaching world of technology, he tires to escape in any way he can. When he can't do it, he acts out violently against the machines. They become the focus of his rage, and he tries to rally the world to his mission: to save humanity from itself.
on Jan. 21, 2017 :
Not overly good, bad or original, I am not a big reader of plays. I didn't finish it for reason of personal taste. If the intro grabs your attention, you might want to give it try. .