Can you imagine the world without paper? Well, it seems a bit difficult but it is not that
difficult according to a recent scientist’s short film “Scattered,” that is based upon a
story adopted from author Ken MacLeod’s work. No paper means, we can cut down on a
lot of waste, we can save a thousands of trees and a lot more.
The idea is pretty fascinating and has been well explored in “Scattered.” This is the
graduation project for two students from London’s MetFilm School and has been adopted
from Ken MacLeod’s story, “The Surface of Last Scattering,” which was published in the
scifi anthology TFSF.