When offered four thousand dollars to break into a computer network, Leon and Greg are not concerned with something as petty as morality. The only real questions are what complications can arise from hacking into a small home business, what is wrong with the twenty year old daughter Madison. What should Greg do when his friend cannot stop watching the girl on her own webcam, without her knowledge.Written by
Paul Gerard Kennedy
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I enjoyed this movie. Would have preferred it to be a little more technical, but I expect some viewers would have preferred less technical. I liked the opening dialog, it kind of set the stage for the moral questions.
The music throughout the film could have been toned down a little, at times it was hard to hear the actors.
A little more information about the job could have been provided, I felt it was a little hard to follow exactly what they were doing the job for other than money.
This is one of the best independent films I've seen!
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