WHO’S IN IT?
Clive Owen (Children of Men), Amanda Seyfried (In Time), Colm Feore (The Chronicles of Riddick), Sonya Walger (Caffeine), Mark O’Brien (Arrival), Joe Pingue (The Book of Eli), Iddo Goldberg (Suzie Gold), Sebastian Pigott (The Poet), Rachel Roberts (S1M0NE), Ethan Tavares (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Andrew Niccol (Gattaca), director, writer, producer; Daniel Baur (Separation City), Oda Schaefer (One More Time) and Oliver Simon (The Flood), producers; Christophe Beck (Runner Runner), composer; Amir Mokri (Lord of War), cinematographer; Alex Rodríguez (Y Tu Mamá También), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In the near-future, anonymity and privacy is no longer a human right, with people’s memories being stored and crime being all but gone completely. Whilst trying to solve a series of murders, police officer Sal (Owen) stumbles upon a young woman (Seyfried) who has somehow managed to evade the system by having no identity, no history and no information about her whatsoever. Sal must now try and find her before she becomes the latest murder victim…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Andrew Niccol goes back to his sci-fi roots with this thrilling and engaging tale set in a Soviet-like totalitarian state that really plays with the idea of everyone knowing all there is to know about you thanks to whatever you put online about yourself.