an interesting film
The acting was all right - the world is disturbing. I think there was plenty of social commentary on the world we are living in and where it's heading - where privacy is non-existent, and yet... where everything is so digitized that hackers can gain the ultimate power.
The music was great for this sort of film - it was moody, with hints of blade runner in it.
The last verbal exchange sort of got me thinking.... yes, the more you try to hide from the big brother, the more attraction you get - but then, the whole idea that the big brother should have access to every memory we have or be able to see everything that we do is equally surreal. Yet... here we are, in the age of facebook, smartphones - and where Edward Snowden is labeled a traitor by one of the most policed states - which spies on enemies and allies alike.
Anyways, decent film - check it out. Oh - and Amanda Seyfried goes braless in one scene.