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Alexei Vladimir Filippenko,
Nick, once a promising web designer finds himself in a world that no longer needs his skills. He must choose between a tempting offer from the very company that is killing his industry, or to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
Some amazing scenes, especially in the first half.
Music seemed a little bit dull, so I muted the movie after 10 minutes and played some music from my own library to go with it, it was much better. HUVA Network and Carbon Based Lifeforms fit like a glove.
My main gripe with this movie is its length. Its effective duration is only 39 minutes, the rest is title screens + credits. Even so, 39 minutes is more than enough to get bored by seeing more or less the same tree projected against the night sky every third shot or so.
Chances are you don't have a 4K system in your living room, so do yourself a favor and buy 1992's Baraka on Blu-ray instead.
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