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Eugene Robert Glazer
In a dark, multi-cultural mega-city on earth in 2070s, David Hume, a smart dedicated human and Ian Farve, an advanced android of mysterious origins, are two detectives of Citizens Protection Bureau (CPB) who investigate crimes related to rogue or self-aware androids, advanced cyber technologies espionage and illegal genetic experiments conducted by a few powerful companies who literally rule the world.
This show was great, although everyone who sees it is reminded of another P.K. Dick Movie Bladerunner. The look and feel of the show was such. And the whole thing was very compelling. Lots of plot twist and decent dialogue. But since the name of the show was based on a movie that I would rate at best as a two on the scale of 1-10 the audience was not drawn to it. It is a shame that it was taken off the air after only two seasons. If you have the chance to see this pilot movie try it out and cast a vote. Lets get them to release the entire show on DVD, once again its more like Harrison in Bladerunner than Arnold in Total Recall
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