Electric Dreams (2017– )
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A small-town girl (Annalise Basso), already gripped with social anxiety, moves to a big city with her mother (Maura Tierney). For the first time she is exposed to urban society's emphasis ... See full summary »

Director:

Alan Taylor

Writers:

Philip K. Dick (based on the short stories by), Kalen Egan (written for television by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Annalise Basso ... Foster Lee
Maura Tierney ... Irene Lee
Connor Paolo ... Ethan
Alice Lee ... Milena
Algee Smith ... Kaveh
Martin Donovan ... Odin
Emily Rudd ... Kim
Mari Marroquin Mari Marroquin ... Teacher
Emma Neira ... Older Girl
Jordan Vintryst ... Security Guard (as Jordan Miczek)
Randall McDonald ... Security Guard #2
Mike Geraghty ... Border Patrol Agent
Terence Sims Terence Sims ... Border Authority
Sam Straley ... Bully 1
Matthew Chappelle ... Bully 2
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A small-town girl (Annalise Basso), already gripped with social anxiety, moves to a big city with her mother (Maura Tierney). For the first time she is exposed to urban society's emphasis on security and terrorist prevention. Her school days are soon consumed by fear and paranoia, but she finds guidance and companionship in the most unexpected of places. Written by Channel 4

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Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

12 January 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Inspired by the Short Story entitled Foster You're Dead by Philip K Dick See more »

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While driving, Irene Lee takes the Dex from Foster and throws it out of the car window, and it is shown lying on the road as they drive away. Later, when they are home, Irene returns the Dex to Foster. See more »

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Come Talk to Me
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Performed by Peter Gabriel
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Maybe a tad paranoid but a good well packaged story nonetheless
13 January 2018 | by sn_weSee all my reviews

The episode is a good idea based on the well established premise of the Big Brother watching your every move knowing just how to manipulate you to achieve its own nefarious end. It is well shot and well acted. It lets you establish real empathy with the main character, albeit in a manner which can be possibly considered crude or rough around the edges. I think conspiracy theorists will find this story anthemic, but don't let this take away anything from the overall production value.


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