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My opinion is much like that of others commenting here. The film has a great plot line that just goes horribly wrong with lackluster acting and the odd use of multiple media to replicate CCTV cameras.
The story weaved back-and-forth from subplot to subplot without achieving any real traction. What was the crux of the movie: the gay affair involving a royal, Adam and his relationships with former "ex", friend, father, etc., or the overuse and dangers of too many surveillance cameras? By trying to tie all these elements together cohesively, the viewer probably will come away feeling cheated in that no subplot or element is fully fleshed out. Any one plot line could have been compelling -- all of them threaded together just didn't work in this case. 3 out of 10 stars.
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