As wrong and criminal as his actions were, how valid were the concerns of disgruntled academic-turned-terrorist Ted Kaczynski, the infamous Unabomber, regarding society's pursuit of technology and increasing reliance on computers? This and other questions are explored in German filmmakers Lutz Dammbeck's provocative documentary that offers a novel look at the evolution of the Internet and how art, science and culture respond to it. 115 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: German; Subtitles: English; theatrical trailers. In German with English subtitles.