Directed by: Omar Naim
Starring: Jim Caviezel, Mimi Kuzyk, Mira Sorvino, Robin Williams
Genres: Sci-fi, Thriller
Question: Why are the implants called ZOE? Does it stand for something?
Chosen answer: The movie provides no answer as to why the device was named "ZOE." However, one should note the word "Zoe" is actually a greek word for "life." Since the ZOE implant records someone's life, this sounds like the most logical answer to why it was named ZOE. On a side note: The first device to display moving images was called the "Zoetrope", the similar name could have had further influence as to why this implant was named ZOE.
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Delila: There's no place for me with you. You haven't even made room for yourself. You have to separate yourself from that machine.
Robin Williams is working on Bannister's rememory, scanning newspaper articles. Under the first headline, "Bannister Eyes Future," the copy reads, "Whoever wrote these headlines had as much fun as I did setting them in type and formatting them into newspaper articles. But then, this sort of headline appears in the paper regularly, so maybe we all just want to have fun. Fun: such a precious commodity these days."