Tania grew up in a home with only one approved hour of television a week. She had no music in her bedroom, no cellphone, and no computer access, unless her mother was watching over her shoulder.
In Krystyna’s house, on the other hand, the TV was always on, and she could watch whatever she wanted, whenever she wanted. She now worries, as a single mother, that her children have too much access to screens, since she has neither the time nor the energy to monitor their usage.
The two women take turns telling their stories about fighting for technological freedom, or technological control, and trying to find some kind of balance.