The relationships of three men are examined through their use of technology.
Swanberg's depiction of a generation who communicate almost solely by technology is dated only in that there are some people in it who still do not check their computers much at all. (It's funny, but in a film filled with men who let physical relationships lapse to spend more time staring at screens, they speak for an audience watching today when one of them is bewildered that a love interest only checks her email once every week or so.) But if the film's arc (for lack of a better word) shows characters becoming terrifyingly cut off from the world around them, the comic interludes of multiple screens making music of recorded pals' various noises hints at possibilities of a different kind of connectedness made possibly exclusively through isolating technology.
A film that is about how instead of technology pulling us together, it seperates us and makes into the sexual beings rather than the notice the things that are around us. Still getting use to this type of filmmaking.