Hero_Truther's true identity is revealed when Quentin brings him evidence that connects Renautas to the Primatech Paper Company, leading Quentin to track down a former Primatech employee: Noah Bennet...
Five years after the public became aware of the existence of evolved humans - or "EVOs." Said public is not entirely supportive of these EVOs. In fact, few people fall into the middle ground. Online, a community forms around the rallying cry of the anonymous Hero_Truther, who seeks to humanize EVOs in the wake of lies, slander and fear mongering. Among those posting their personal stories is Phoebe Frady, who is encouraged to document her origin story by her brother, Quentin. But as Phoebe struggles to control her power, she attracts unwanted attention from a mysterious new company.
The two main actors, the brother and the sister, are horribly bad at over acting. It is like watching any camera shaker movie: Blair Witch, Paranormal Activity, etc. And yes, like those movies, most of the footage is from the point of view of a shaky amateur camera. You are supposed to believe that people just leave the camera on while the world is blowing up around them.
The plot isn't half bad, but the acting and cinematography are horrible. I hate to say it, but the siblings just aren't camera friendly either. Maybe the modern trend is to have actors that look 'like us normal ugly people', but really who wants to watch ugly people? Sorry.
Luckily, from what people have told me, the first two real episodes are nothing like this episode. If it weren't for the excellent special effects, I would have seriously questioned if this episode was even official.
Hopefully the next time we have to see these actors, they will have taken some acting classes on how not to over act. The girl that plays the dorm mate isn't that bad an actress. Too bad she didn't have more lines.
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