“The Social Revolution – Remember Me” is a 5-minute film made by Devin Graham as an advertisement for Capcom’s video game entitled “Remember Me”. This short film details the importance of social networks to the current society and how these have become an essential part of humanity. “The Social Revolution – Remember Me” also highlights how the brain is the most powerful computer in the world. It stores everything that people sees, hears, tastes, and feels and saves them as memories. These in turn mold an individual’s personality. However, it is clear that the continuous advancements of social networks are slowly replacing this unique ability of the brain. In Paris, an innovative corporation named Memorize is paving the way for a revolutionary change with the help of their Sensen technology. It is a digital device implanted on the neck of a subject that interfaces primarily with the memory centers of the brain and other parts of the body.