The film, an adaptation of Jordan Harrison’s Pulitzer-Prize nominated play of the same name, is drawing comparisons to Spike Jonze’s Her and Black Mirror, as they are both based on exploring technology’s relationship to humans, and both have involved holograms, AI, and/or life after death facilitated by computers. It’s easy to understand why Marjorie would never want her husband to leave her, but I doubt any of us would want to move on with our lives if we could have a young John Hamm forever. Marjorie Prime premiers in New York and Los Angeles on August 18th, and nationwide soon after.

[Via EW]