So Lola uses her social network/cam networks so much that an algorithm was able to recreate her for cam shows. Think Black Mirror. Lola thinks it's a hacker, but truly it's just a digital clone the companies composetted with her info. So she was copied, locked out, and duped by the company who runs the cam program. In the end, she beats the AI. But she's still addicted to camming. So she simply creates a new identity online, which is the whole point: she's freaked out by watching herself and the persona she created. Its, in this case, quite literal.
This premise is not only relevant and has a sexy twist on the tech horror genre, it's executed in an AMAZINGLY scary way. My skin crawled at her clone. It reminds you how much we put online, and reminds us to ask the crucial question: what if that is wesponized against you?
It's great commentary on today's like addicted tech addicted sociopaths who would literal kill themselves on screen for that number one spot. What happens if a digital ghost takes over?
There, spelled it out for the clearly dumb and confused. Re-think your low ratings. This was a clever, well executed, and SCARY flick. And it's way better than Unfriended.
Cool thriller premise
Doesn't quite land the ending
But still worth a watch
Cam world is another underworld of black mirror.
Creo que finalmente falla en su ejecuciÃ³n a la hora de transmitir el mensaje que parece estar intentando lanzar, ademÃ¡s de que no me queaba claro que tono y direcciÃ³n querÃa llevar.
Aun asÃ me alegro de que existan pelÃculas como estas. MÃ¡s por favor.