Dr. Eva Rosalene and Dr. Neil Watts have rather peculiar jobs:
They give people another chance to live. Literally.
There exists a technology that allows doctors to weave artificial memories, such that a patient can request attempts to alter their mind, and wake up with memories of things that didn't actually happen. The operation is only done to people on their deathbeds, to fulfill what they wish they had done with their lives. . . but didn't. The patient could then lead an entire different life inside their head, working toward and fulfilling their dying wish themselves.
And if all goes well, they would wake up, having lived the dream life they never had, and embrace a brief moment of blissful fulfillment.
Shortly after, they'd draw their last breath.
Every once a while, there comes a life that is rather peculiar.
And Johnny's last wish is, of course... to go to the moon.
Thoughts: If you remember Laura Shigihara from Plants vs Zombies, you'd notice her lovely voice here. The documentary-like captions along with the soundtrack trigger the emotional factor (though Bastion still gets the edge with the narrator's amazing voice.) The technology of imprinting memories is kind-of like Joss Whedon's series "Dollhouse", yes, but the trailer looks rather promising.