The Anti-Clock project takes Joseph Sapha though the shadows of his past to confront that mirror image of the self that condemns us all - a blind automaton whose words are simply the rationale of the defense attack system caught in the horrors of the past and the anxieties of the future. Does our hero have a chance of alienating the circuit which will suppress his longing for a higher synthesis?
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A lot of the film is shown in B&W which is supposed to be the surveillance footage of the subject - the quality of this is often purposely degraded with video tracking faults applied to add authenticity. See more