What if we put down our smartphones and opened our eyes wide shut? This is what suggests the short film My Generation: An 8 minute travelling shot where we go through different worlds; contemporary art, GAFA, sports, religions, pornography, politics, finance, sacred cows, generalized surveillance, all opiums of the people. It’s Jérôme Bosch teleported to the post Warhol era. If modern alienation is depicted, there is no moral judgement but a clinical detachment as with Stanley Kubrick: the facts, only the facts. Selected in numerous festivals (Annecy, Zagreb, Athens, Stuttgart, Seoul) and already awarded here and there (Houston, Manchester), My Generation hasn’t finished surprising us: fruit of an artistic collaboration between Mirwaïs and Ludovic Houplain, the short movie will return this fall under another format; The Most Lamentable Tragedy of My Generation, Mirwaïs’ new single.