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Cellular Aftershocks (2017)

This feature-length documentary outlines the unintended consequences of the smartphone on societies around the world and on individuals. The story arc follows the lives of several ... See full summary »
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This feature-length documentary outlines the unintended consequences of the smartphone on societies around the world and on individuals. The story arc follows the lives of several individuals in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, outside Philadelphia. The County is very densely populated and represents the full socio-economic ladder of individuals within the United States. The film also includes interviews with the following experts whose research address issues related to the rapid growth of the smartphone and its "game-changing" impact on both individuals and the greater society: Matt Richtel, Pulitzer-Prize New York Times reporter, and author "A Deadly Wandering" (San Francisco), Adam Gazzaley, MD, Ph.D, UCSF School of Medicine Neurologist and Founder of the GazzaleyLab - Cognitive Neuroscience Research Lab UCSF (San Francisco), Jacy Good and Steve Johnson, nationally recognized speakers, (Jacy lost both parents in a cellphone-related accident, and she still suffers disabilities) (... Written by Dwight DeWerth-Pallmeyer

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