|Directed by||Richard Kroehling|
|Produced by||Bob Coen
|Written by||Bob Coen
|Music by||Michael Galasso
2B is a 2009 science fiction film starring James Remar, based on the ideas of transhumanism and the technological singularity. The film was released on October 2, 2009 at the Woodstock Film Festival. It was produced in conjunction with Terasem Media and Films.
Set in the near future, 2B portrays a familiar decaying world on the cusp of "great transformation and awesome wonders". The story is based upon real science and evolving technologies. When the world's first transhuman is created by a renegade corporate CEO and bioscientist, the foundations of society's beliefs are threatened in a transhuman world where man merges with technology.
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