Anon

2018 "Anonymity is the enemy"
6.1| 1h40m| en| More Info
Released: 03 May 2018 Released
Producted By: K5 International
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Official Website: https://www.netflix.com/title/80195964
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Set in a near-future world where there is no privacy, ignorance or anonymity, our private memories are recorded and crime almost ceases to exist. In trying to solve a series of unsolved murders, Sal Frieland stumbles onto a young woman who appears to have subverted the system and disappeared. She has no identity, no history and no record. Sal realizes it may not be the end of crime but the beginning. Known only as 'The Girl', Sal must find her before he becomes the next victim.

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Karry Best movie of this year hands down!
Bea Swanson This film is so real. It treats its characters with so much care and sensitivity.
Scarlet The film never slows down or bores, plunging from one harrowing sequence to the next.
Billy Ollie Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable
scott-logan-197-874075 I would have rated the movie higher but for the ending - the mysterious statement at the end was jibberish to me and ruined an otherwise decent movie. Oh, well...
Sankari_Suomi In a future world of Brutalist architecture, where cybernetic eye implants connect everyone to a universal network and a visual record of every experience is uploaded to the cloud, police solve crimes by replaying personal video feeds to determine who was responsible.A sudden outbreak of seemingly unconnected murders throws the entire system into chaos, as authorities cannot find a single video of the culprit. It seems that in a world where no identity is hidden, someone has somehow managed to become... ANON!I rate Anon at 23.31 on the Haglee Scale, which works out as a twisty 7/10 on IMDB.
esther70 Most Netflix films have great premise but have lousy actors but Anon has Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried, and yet their performances are as wooden as amateur actors. The idea of technology invading our privacy is not new but can still be interesting, just look at Black Mirror. All those nude scenes, sex scenes or blood spattering scenes can't cover the paper thin storyline. There is almost nothing on the background on the two main characters, or three if you count Mark O'Brien as well. Their actions/reactions seem forced and arbitrary as I can't feel for them. I just wished Netflix has spent more efforts in the script instead of marketing.
kuarinofu Wow, this movie was surely something I will not forget any time soon. It's one of those movies that sucks you into its flow. The visuals are great, the score covers everything else. Nice pacing, the movie isn't too long and never really gets boring. A couple of details here and there, a couple of hints, expressions, I love this stuff. It also mixes its own ideas with some of the existing ones, like Watch Dogs and Deus Ex franchises and that Black Mirror episode (The Entire History of You). The privacy message was straightforward and never really felt that groundbreaking or fresh. The timing, however, is perfect (taking into account recent privacy scandals). The plot was the weakest part, it was very basic and sometimes shallow, not really providing for interesting dialogue and situations. But still it was executed the best way possible. It is far away from being perfect, yet very immersive and is full of potential. I'd LOVE to see a series based around the ideas.