"Sight" is short student film from Israel which asks the question "What if you have perfect insight in to your date?" I won't provide any spoilers, but note the film centers around advanced, heads-up technology that provides a ton of real time information about one's environment. Kind of like a 22nd century Google Glass.
How many times have you met a woman at random, or been on a date and searched your mind for the exact right thing to say? If only you knew the right combination of words, tone, and facial expression that would make her fall for you! In "Sight," the main character has this kind of information, at least for a while.
Accept Imperfect Information
My good friends and I often discuss how smartphones and other technology can alter our expectations about life. Since everything we might possibly need to know or access is right in our hands at all times, we become impatient dealing with real people, who are messy, unpredictable, moody, and can't be controlled via the latest app from a Brooklyn-based business startup.
But the question remains: would you want to live in a world like the one imagined in "Sight?" I would not. Serendipity is much more fun, and far more rewarding.