A computer scientist scans dreams with a computer.

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Plato
Beatriz Pizano ...
Alice
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Kim
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Henry
Jim Kinney ...
Convict
Peter Kerenyi ...
Jack
Robert MacAuley ...
Victor
Namir Khan ...
Prison Clerk / Motivational tape voice
Steven Kuleshnyk ...
Security Guard
Martti Arrko ...
Guard
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Ana Estable-Ferrero ...
Spanish mother
Jenny Punter ...
Radio voice #1 (voice) (as Jennie Punter)
Rhonda Towells ...
TV sex model / poolside model #1

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A computer scientist scans dreams with a computer.

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10 Seconds. Into the Future. There is no Light. See more »

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Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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A disturbing science fiction cyberpunk minimalistic thriller
7 June 2012 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

This is the second feature film from Spanish-Canadian Bruno Lázaro, and it's again a disturbing and elegant movie. Is a sort of cyberpunk thriller, entirely shot in black and white, setting in a near future, when people have to live and work in cities at night, because the solar radiation makes impossible life by day... Or it seems. The main character is a scientific, working for a private company, who are creating a computer scanner with the capacity of reading the dreams and memories of human mind, and alterate them too. Soon (spoiler), a girl, kind of hacker, discover that his work is used by obscure powers for more dark purposes than science: total control over population. Besides the well constructed intrigue, in the path of Phil Dick or William Gibson, the real point is the beautiful, inventive and disturbing use of architecture and urban spaces, seeing "the imminence of the future in the present", in the way of Godard's "Alphaville", Marker "La Jetée" or the first Cronenberg -"Stereo" and "Crimes of the Future-. Poetic, intimate, sexy and experimental, it's minimalistic SF at his best, like "Pi" or "Primer", and an acid critic to consumerism and mind control.


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