HENRI 2.0 is an emotionally powerful short film, two years in the making, which explores human existence at the most fundamental, personal level – what it means to be a conscious individual. Set thousands of years in the future, a derelict spacecraft powered by a human brain floats aimlessly in the outer reaches of space. HENRI, the name of the ship’s power system, is an acronym which stands for Hybrid Electronic / Neuron Responsive Intelligence, and was the first of earth’s Neuro-Tech space exploration research vessels. The brain has been wiped of its memory and acts as a biological interface with a computer which can interact with the crew, reason, and problem solve. Trapped in the cold, mechanical prison of the vessel, the ‘brain,’ which has no recollection or concept of self, gradually begins to experience disjointed images of its former life – images it cannot understand.