Every family has a Funscreen on their wall. The question is… who’s watching who?
When the government’s new private welfare system begins rewarding unemployed viewers for watching the right kind of ads, Roger Birch welcomes a Funscreen into his home.
Like millions of others, Roger and his family soon depend on ad-viewing income for their survival.
Unlike millions of others, the events of one uncomfortable evening leave Roger aware of the government’s shadier reasons for investing in Funscreens.
With HD cameras hidden behind a 60-inch glass veil, the answer was staring him in the face all along…