A tech-noir fiction set in an alternative Belfast, this film centres around a neuro- hacking console which offers knowledge and experience of the users choice, but with one minor side-effect... part of the user’s childhood memory is erased.
Since its development in 2005, ‘necking’ has ruptured the world and is available to anyone 13 years or older. Accessible as the latest generation games console, learning cartridges can be hired from any rental outlet or owned for an extortionate fee, resulting in abandoned schools and universities across the world. Alcohol consumption has risen more than 7000%, while users struggle to remember their past. The more you know, the more you realise you know nothing.
This is the fourth feature by independent Belfast filmmaker Michael McNulty, who once again pushes the limits of ‘zero-budget-film-making’ to present us with a personal journey into knowledge and memory. Filmed in UK, Ireland and Israel/Palestine, Not Until I Know More invites the viewer on a strange adventure into mind and memory. If you had the choice, what would you learn to forget?