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Thomas Ian Griffith,
James Earl Jones,
The idea of the movie is similar to movies of the 1990ies playing on the subject of "killing by wire". Some mysterious group can delete your "virtual existence" as if you have never existed anyway. They can see you on surveillance cameras, they can modify prescription entries, and if hit the wrong spot, bang, you're dead (direct translation of the movie name). While this movie feels a lot like a B movie far away from movie busters like "The Net" starring Sandra Bullock I do still find this one interesting as it taking a background in the earliest times of networked computers with those people being able to break in with home computers and phone modems. It did hit in the 1980ies but it is somewhat antique today.
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