PG-13 | | Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Set in a world with memory recording implants, Alan Hakman is a cutter, someone with the power of final edit over people's recorded histories. His latest assignment is one that puts him in danger.
Pink Floyd's 1983 album, The Final Cut, shares a character with this film, Fletcher (named after Roger Waters' father). It isn't clear if this connection is deliberate, but the album also features overtones of tragic loss and memories.
Young Louis - 9:
Can I play?
Young Alan - 9: Do you have any marbles?
Young Louis - 9: Yep.
Young Alan - 9: Okay.
Young Louis - 9: Thanks.
Young Alan - 9: You're welcome. So what's your name?
Young Louis - 9: Louis. Yours?
Young Alan - 9: Alan.
Young Louis - 9: You're not from around here, are you?
Young Alan - 9: No. I'm here with my parents for the day.
The paper announcing Bannister's death states that he was 54 when he died. But, when Alan loads his implant for the first time, it states that there are 544,628 life hours to review. That number of hours would make him over 62 years of age.
$226,296 (USA) (17 October 2004)
$548,039 (USA) (7 November 2004)
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