LOOK (2009) Sci-Fi Movie Review
Sci-Fi movies Review
There are an estimated 30 million surveillance cameras in the United States. On any given day, the average American is captured approximately 200 times. Every one of us is constantly being observed at our jobs, on the street, while shopping, and sometimes even in our own homes. Every one of our secrets, lies, crimes and most private moments are all being recorded. But who is watching us? Look is an award-winning drama from writer/director Adam Rifkin that takes the ultimate look at our ‘Big Brother’ world.
“...a powerful, provocative and disturbing new drama…” ~USA TODAY
"A disturbingly inventive piece of entertainment" ~THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
“What LOOK Reveals May Shock You!” ~NEWSWEEK “practically dares you to look away.” ~THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“A brilliant Hitchcockian suspense film” ~LOS ANGELES TIMES
“Unexpectedly amusing and inevitably disturbing….” - Robert Koehler. ~VARIETY
“A fascinating, if frightening statement on the way we are.” ~Maxim
Synopsis:An extraterrestrial race forced to live in slum-like conditions on Earth suddenly finds a kindred spirit in a government agent who is exposed to their biotechnology.
About LOOK (2009)
Starring: Jed Brophy, Sharlto Copley, John Sumner, Jason Cope, Nick Blake, Tim Gordon, Anthony Bishop, Nathalie Boltt, Mzwandile Nqoba, David Clatworthy, Barry Strydom, Mike Huff, Anthony Fridjhon, Louis Minnaar, Vanessa Haywood, Marian Hooman, Vittorio Leonardi, Mandla Gaduka, Sylvaine Strike, Johan van Schoor, Elizabeth Mkandawie, Stella Steenkamp, David James, William Allen Young, Kenneth Nkosi, Greg Melvill-Smith, Mampho Brescia, Morena Busa Sesatsa, Morne Erasmus, Themba Nkosi
Director: Neill Blomkamp
MPAA Rating: R
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