After "One Hour Photo" Williams plays another guy involved in images, this time in a subdued sci-fi thriller. In the near-future, newborns are implanted with a chip that records their entire life--good, bad, and in-between. Alan Hakman (Williams) is a cutter who splices the appropriate footage of the deceased together as a funeral memorial. Then Hakman is asked to create a memorial of the recently-deceased chipmaker, a guy with some shady dealings that put Hakman in danger. Caviezel plays an anti-chip activist who wants an expose and Sorvino is Williams' ex-girlfriend who didn't care for his video obsession. The premise has certainly been done before and in much more enthralling movies.
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Running time 104 minutes.
Originally from Canadian, German.
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