Sundance: Werner Herzog’s ‘Lo and Behold’ plumbs the Internet’s impact
PARK CITY, Utah — Does the Internet dream of itself?
Will people even need human contact in the future?
Isn’t it weird to see monks looking at their smartphones?
These are just a few of the modern existential humdingers explored in Lo and Behold, the latest deep-dive documentary from none other than Werner Herzog. The nihilistic filmmaker plumbs the digital revolution’s impact on humans, from the birth of the Internet to its inevitable (or, possibly already existing) sentience
Mashable brings you this first look at the full-sized poster for the film, which has its world premiere Saturday in Park City at the Marc: Read more…