Has anyone ever heard of this movie
? It must have been in theaters for thirty seconds. It's not a cinematic classic by any stretch, but for a night with the flu, it fit the bill.
The basic premise is this:
(a) In the future, some rich people have chips in their heads that record everything they see.
(b) When those rich people die, people called "cutters" splice the recorded footage into a video to be shown at a person's funeral, almost always with the intention of making that person look like a saint, even when they weren't.
(c) Robin Williams is one such cutter, perhaps the best in the business -- he's the guy you want splicing your footage if you have really nasty secrets you don't want revealed.
It's interesting, almost Philip K. Dickian in sections, though somehow it never really gels into a great flick. I don't regret renting it, though. If you enjoy sci-fi schlock, I expect you'll like it well enough.