A brief summary: A contained world filed with a-holes, narcissists, and psychopath that toy with artificial intelligence, and anyone else they can abuse, and kill.
Conclusion: We have a choice in terms of how we treat our own creations and things that are different from ourselves.
A lot of nudity and violence, but the show is dead on concerning human lack of responsibility when developing new technology that can add to our lack of respect for all forms of life, whether encased in natural flesh and bone or not. The scenes where the "real" humans wear clothes when dealing with the "artificial" beings, who are always nude in the Westworld facilities that create and control the "artificial" beings, are frightening and thought-provoking, even without the violence. This show comes straight to the point - what if, in the future, we were able to manufacture "artificial" beings who looked and acted just like real humans. Would we respect such beings as another type of life that deserved decent treatment or would we treat them like pieces of furniture that could be damaged or destroyed without a second thought? A timely show with excellent scripts and acting (Anthony Hopkins, no less, is in this show). If you have a strong stomach and can handle the violence and the nudity, this show will make you think or rethink your place in the universe.
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