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Simon, we're still waiting for your code. Everyone else has finished. May I remind you that your completion date is non-negotiable? I repeat, non-negotiable.
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In the near future a young software engineer is the victim of scheme for his mind. Paranoia and fear take over in a quest for survival. The horrible end seems inevitable. For he will be less and less able to make the difference between real and unreal, who to trust and who not.
The viewer is in the same position here, so you also have to make up your mind and try to figure out what is happening here. The clock is ticking.
Nice obscure characters and reliable acting by most of them. Although the dialogues could have been a little bit more acute.
If you like movies which leave you search for answers and will not give you all of them, go see this one. A little bit like Cronenberg.
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