This play focuses on the future of technology and of the human beings. Transhumanist like Zoltan Istvan believes that we, humans, can transcend all of our human limitations and live for, say, 10000 years or like that. It is this transcending of limitations which the First World countries utilize by transplanting their organs to live for years. Om, a representative of poor, unemployed and suffering people of the Third World country, agrees to donate his organs to a Westerner named Ginni to get a brilliant future for his family. Through out the play we'll find that Jaya is the only rebel who cannot be suppressed by others, mentally or physically. Thus, the play highlights the commodification of human organs and also hints at the upcoming future where human brains will be connected to the computer and much more.