If there was anything in our present world that most closely resembled a futuristic dystopia, it would be IKEA.
With the cold, antiseptic, dollhouse-for-humans vibe of its individual showrooms, to the seemingly endless labyrinth of one-size-fits-all furniture with intentionally unintelligible names.
Now add a layer of claustrophobia to the mix, and you might as well take your mind-altering drugs, work hard, increase production, prevent accidents and be happy.
Of course, this being Norway, the marks didn't so much "freak out" as "politely attempt to start a mild ruckus before ultimately giving in and welcoming their new IKEA overlords."
And, in case you missed it, here's Alfonso Cuarón’s IKEA — a Gravity parody which was inspired by the prank above, if not directly, then certainly in spirit: