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An older man listens to Bill's story about being a callow writer who likes to follow strangers around London, observing them. One day, a glib and self-confident man whom Bill has been following confronts him. He's Cobb, a burglar who takes Bill under his wing and shows him how to break and enter. They burgle a woman's flat; Bill gets intrigued with her (photographs are everywhere in her flat). He follows her and chats her up at a bar owned by her ex-boyfriend, a nasty piece of work who killed someone in her living room with a hammer. Soon Bill is volunteering to do her a favor, which involves a break-in. What does the older man know that Bill doesn't? Written by
Christopher Nolan came up with the idea for the film because he had his home broken into and wondered what the people thought as they went around looking at his belongings. See more »
During the safe robbery, Bill is clearly shown wearing gloves, most noticeably when he pulls the paper with the combination from his pocket. However, as he starts to open the safe, the gloves are gone and they never reappear. See more »
The following is my explanation. Well, more of an account of what happened. I'd been on my own for a while and getting kind of lonely... and bored... nothing to do all day. And that's when I started shadowing.
Shadowing - Following. I started to follow people
Anyone at first. Um,
you know, that was the whole point - somebody at random, someone who didn't know who I was.
And then nothing.
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I just finished watching Following and I thought it was great. I rated it 8
out of 10. I plan on watching it again with the director's commentary and
then again in chronological order.
I rented this movie because of my fascination of Christopher Nolan's more
recent movie Memento. Following has some similarities; this movie was
probably the blueprint for Memento. Even the music in some parts is very
Shooting the movie in black and white gives it a mysterious feel. The story
and dialogue is really good. The performance of the actors is
Christopher Nolan made this movie on a really low budget. I look forward to
his next release Insomnia, a big budget movie with my favourite actor Al
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