Anon (2018)
In the future data is transparent and a hacker can become invisible by eliminating personal detail. Even murder is an illusion. Possibly. A traditional detective, whose IT skills are last century, investigates
Gattaca (1997)
A man considered genetically inferior, switches identity to realise his dream of space travel.
In Time (2011)
Money is time in a corrupt future.
Lord Of War (2005)
The cynical dark world of an unscrupulous arms dealer.
Simone (2002)
Computer generated actress becomes an international star in satire of modern Hollywood.
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