November 20, 2007 08:32:32 GMT
Pic more or less leads us to a pivotal question of "Are we always alone when we think
On December 14 this year, there will come a movie which no doubt will make us think twice in feeling we are alone when no one is around us. Yes, it's Adam Rifkin's latest directorial and writing work "Look", a film feature shot entirely from the point of view of the security cameras.
Presenting such contemplating topic, the movie should not only evoke big questions about rights to privacy, but also likely be worth of big attention, having won the Grand Jury Prize at this year's Cinevegas Film Festival. Since it's still about three weeks away from its theatrical release, do take a sneak peek on it down below for now.
In addition, prior to its launch, there will be two screenings held in New York for the drama where Rifkin is set to be present as well. Both taking place at the city's 1350 Avenue of the Americas at 55th Street, the first one will take shape on December 5 starting from 6:00 PM while the second on December 10 at 2:00 PM.
Also take time to visit the film's official site to learn facts about the movie and what laws your state has concerning security cameras. Help to create a map of all the cameras in the U.S. while uploading and watching real life surveillance videos.