- 1h 43m
Frank is in a coffee shop viewing a photo of conifers across a lake when the glass reflects two ISN agents men firing red-lighted weapons at his back. When he awakes, he is trapped in an automated prison with an AI presence, who answers to the name of Howard, acting as his LSO (Life Support Officer). Howard is not forthcoming with much information. Frank is, in fact, guilty of creating a computer virus that crashed the fascist regime's system. The AI probes his memories hoping Frank will disclose where he hid the thumb drive that contains the virus. His replayed memories keep taking him to the coffee shop and its owner Gabby. —Garon Smith
Once every so often, the science-fiction genre sends us film which reminds us of why some of us keep watching. Infinity Chamber is one of those reasons. A strong lead actor, unpredictable and intriguing plot, impressive cinematography, and an understated loves story make this one worth viewing. It's not for everyone, but genre fans will see its' merit.
- Jan 24, 2018
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