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Division 19 (2017)

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2039. Jails have been turned into online portals where the public gets to choose what prisoners eat, wear, watch and who they fight. So successful is Panopticon TV, it is about to be rolled... See full summary »

Director:

S.A. Halewood

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S.A. Halewood
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Credited cast:
Alison Doody ... Neilsen
Lotte Verbeek ... Aisha
Linus Roache ... Charles Lynden
L. Scott Caldwell ... Michelle Jacobs
Clarke Peters ... Perelman
Will Rothhaar ... Nash
Jamie Draven ... Hardin Jones
Toby Hemingway ... Barca
Daniel Newman ... Businessman
Tim Jo ... Alden
Ashton Moio ... Dale Peretti
Michael Alexander ... Outcast
Anthony Okungbowa ... Martins
Jennifer Soo ... George
Jonathan Stanley ... Jaden
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2039. Jails have been turned into online portals where the public gets to choose what prisoners eat, wear, watch and who they fight. So successful is Panopticon TV, it is about to be rolled out to a whole town, providing subscribers even more choice. Written by Anonymous

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UK | USA

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English

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5 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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Detroit, Michigan, USA See more »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The film is full of codes. Nielsen (Alison Doody) is TV ratings. Charles Lyndon (Linus Roache) are the middle names of Tony Blair. Nash is names after John Nash and Hardin is named after Garrett Hardin (Game Theory) who stated "We can never do merely one thing". Hardin't prison number is that of Primo Levi. See more »

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Perelman: Society forgives the criminal, never the dreamer
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Timely dystopian film
12 April 2019 | by jgoodman-laSee all my reviews

This is a stylish, timely, dystopian film about where we may be heading. It's set in a future with the surveillance state watching over all, and "reality" television taken to the logical limit. How much time is left before that's our world?


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