In the near future, the rich are able to afford Zoë Chips, a device that is implanted in the brain at birth that records every moment of your life. At death, the memories are edited for a presentation at the funeral. Alan Hackman, considered one of the best cutters in the industry, is also one of the more secluded, as he views the sins of dead people without judgment and has thus become cold and distant. However, when he watches one of his own childhood memories, he sets out to discover himself, and the truth.
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