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Anon

The synopsis is quite classic: “In a future world, close to totalitarianism, the government fights crime by eliminating all privacy and establishing a total surveillance Searching of citizens to ensure maximum security. One day, a police officer finds a hacker who leads him to rebel against this government. ” (Source Wikipedia)
But for the professional of data analysis, the current references are numerous: augmented reality; facial recognition (Facebook shows us now the impressive progress it makes in this field, with the collaboration of its billions of users); recording in real time (a concept quite close to the “Live” sessions that one can record and post on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp …); data crossover and predictive analysis algorithms; etc.

Certainly the world that Anon promises us is not pleasant. But most of the technologies described in this film are currently available; and the rest will undoubtedly be available in the next twenty to thirty years. Recall Minority Report, released in 2002 and fifteen years later is perfectly plausible. In Anon, references to Matrix (1999) are equally present, especially in the visualization of the relationships between people and events, which bear great resemblance to a graph-oriented database.
Beyond the available technologies, Anon proposes a reflection on the role of hackers, their taking power in a society that has become completely digital and the defects of this total digitalization.
By the way, it is worthy of attention that Passengers  in this German film the contrast between this completely digital world, in which everything is recorded, visualized and transmitted through the brain and the eyes is striking; and the real world that surrounds these characters, of gray cities, apartments in which furniture seems to have left the countries of the east in the 80s, old cars but equipped with modern technologies, I Think We’re Alone Now and the total absence of books, images, paper, newspapers, and also phones, tablets and computers.

Duration: 100 min

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IMDb: 6.0

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