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Anon (2018) Watch Free

Set in a near-future world where there is no privacy, ignorance or anonymity, our private memories are recorded and crime almost ceases to exist. In trying to solve a series of unsolved murders, Sal Frieland stumbles onto a young woman who appears to have subverted the system and disappeared. She has no identity, no history and no record. Sal realizes it may not be the end of crime but the beginning. Known only as 'The Girl', Sal must find her before he becomes the next victim.

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Stephen Dalton 02 May 2018

The premise is smart, the ingredients classy and the overall look stylish. But Niccol’s paranoid anxieties about the totalitarian dangers of cyberspace feel oddly glib and dated, light on thrills or narrative logic.


Hilary A White 13 May 2018

Owen and Seyfried never get airborne, neither seeming invested or energised by the material. You don't blame them.


Lou Thomas 09 May 2018

Entertaining and intriguing - even if it provokes privacy concerns.


Bryan Bishop 03 May 2018

It's an amiable thriller that will definitely account for an enjoyable couple of hours in the lives of Netflix subscribers, though it likely won't leave the same impact as Niccol's best work.


Joe Reid 03 May 2018

Anon keeps scraping at compelling ideas, but it's paced far too slowly and looks too visually messy to hold interest.


Blake Goble 06 May 2018

Holes, stiff formalities, and a dithering story can be forgiven when Anon often feels so thoughtful and even compelling.


Alejandro S 04 May 2018

Very entertaining, clever script, fantastic cinematography.


William Venegas 16 May 2018

[Director] Andrew Niccol makes Anon a reflective text about the value of the person in the future... [Full review in Spanish]


Sarah M 09 May 2018

Another sexist film to add to the list. Could have been a much more interesting plot without all the specializing of every female character.


Nadjib R 05 May 2018

This sci-fi thriller explores the idea of no privacy in the future with a part Strange Days & part Minority Report feel with some the Nick in there at times and it's not just the Clive Owen piece. You get used to the game hud display and the stale feel which works for this future aspect of policing. It carries some truly stimulating thought of what could be in several aspects from what is real to what we choose to see and do based on what we see or think we see. Solid stuff but no awards here or ground breaking items once you get past the 1st 30 mins.

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