>>6964146 Yes; seems so. Found it was rocking. It's very seldom to see such relevant, interesting postcyberpunk on cinema-screen. Not sure why that is but it should change imo. Somebody's gotta pick that stuff up - not speaking of a sequel but generally as society probably needs to cope with new developments through engagement with it (incl. culturally and mentally). Art has roles beyond monetary return and self-actualization in society; and I'm happy about anything that advances the actualizing postcyberpunk strain.
Note that the original cyberpunk has no places for anything modern/futuristic that "makes you really want to be there" and that these days only few people read few books and only few mediaworks engage constructively also those people who do not actively seek and engage relevantly & participatively; where's the contemporary transformative artmovement; where us?