Your heart will go out to Shlain, who clearly adored her father. But other parts of Connected may remind you of an Al Gore lecture. show more
Much lip service is given to the global village in Connected: An Autoblogography About Love, Death and Technology, yet it constantly drifts back into a Shlain family slideshow. show more
One of the film's main problems is the fact that Shlain is so invested in connecting her father's scientific findings... with an astonishingly linear history of the world that she fails to see the more private connections that flicker in and out of her verbose voiceover. show more
Humanity needs will to freedom, not random allegoric freedom.