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Animation, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller
This paranoid animation is set in a not-too-distant future Los Angeles. It follows a cop who goes undercover to find out who is distributing a brain-damaging drug called Substance D (D stands for Death). Though he's only meant to be posing as a drug user, the cop has become addicted to D, and in a dizzying twist begins to investigate himself (a side-effect of the drug makes him unaware of the parallel lives he is leading). Visually, A Scanner Darkly is stunning, made using a technique called rotoscoping, where actors are filmed on camera then their images are digitally reworked to deliver a graphic-novel effect.
Contains strong drugs references, language and sex. This film is recommended only for our oldest and most mature INTO FILM members.
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Intelligent, futuristic crime film set in an era when the police have the technology to arrest criminals before they commit crimes.
This fascinating film from director Richard Linklater combines pioneering rotoscoping technique with discussions on the meaning of life.
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Reading time 6 mins
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Reading time 3 mins
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