On the verge of the release of Red Eye 2, a revolutionary contact lens that can record data and resurface buried memories, Margo, a Metis researcher in the Department of Memory discovers Red Eye’s head programmer murdered.
Margo teams up with Thomas, a police detective running from his past, to uncover what happened to her friend and explore just how deep the revolutionary rabbit hole goes in this futuristic Indigenous thriller.
And extremely pretentious futuristic Sci-Fi thriller drama, made for the hi tech nerds among us, and for everyone that likes to move into the space where you may walk back, to feel good old feelings, and to try to make bad memories become more benign, all by the help of hi-tech produced and on the verge of getting marketed eye lenses.
its not a good thriller, and the detective plotting good, the flashback visions are difficult to comprehend, and at times its hard to differ who’s who.
What this film is full of is high-tech visual effects, and lots of data-rolling stacks of computers in a lab where everything may happen. when this happens ain’t easy to say, and the film doesn’t inform either.
Its a sad story really made on a rather special mindset, so have alook if you dare, allthough its not a teaser for the grumpy old man
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