Anon

I have watched this movie once. This was on .

7

In a world without anonymity or crime, a detective meets a woman who threatens their security.

Off the grid. On the run.

Anon

Review

Andrew Niccol returns with another really interesting high-concept sci-fi movie. A futuristic society, where all your visual memories are accessible to law-enforcement.

Whilst investigating unusual murders, the detectives’ world is shattered as their reality is changed right in front of them. Now, if you can’t believe your eyes, what can you believe.

There is really good framing and cinematography throughout. From distinctive three-quarters to heavy use of Dutch-angles, both really ramp up the unusual nature on the movie. There are cool concrete buildings and electrified classic cars which give an aesthetic that adds to the overall world and futuristic concept.

It’s a little dense at first, as the concept of accessing memories is expanded upon, but half-way through I was fully engaged. The ending is a little shallow with a few scenes that lead absolutely nowhere. But there are so many scenes which hold your attention.

If you like smart idea-lead sci-fi thrillers then check this out.