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New Angeles, the isolated crime capitol of L.A., is home to David Kosinski, a young writer expelled from college and sentenced to house arrest. In solitude his politically charged blogging soon strikes a nerve with the leader of an underground nationalist group. David finds himself caught between political extremists and two high-ranking government agents seeking to silence the nationalist party. David is forced to stand up and choose a side. Is this broken society he lives in is worth fighting for? Or is chaos the only answer? Merely stirring the pot the majority of his life, David's final decision is now a matter of life and death.
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By the way, there aren't any helicopters in the movie. You know, good cover, but just sayin' LOL!
David is recruited by a group of people who are anarchists, but consider themselves Nationist, and don't want to be called anarchists apparently a tribute to Orwell. They want David to write for them so they can make the struggling people of New LA believe they are in reality prisoners, something they apparently can't do for themselves.
I found Davids writings to be tiresome. One example is when he quotes Poe, "Dream within a dream" and then attempts to make something technical of a poetic concept by saying, "What if you don't sleep? A flashback within a flashback?" One can look at this two ways. This is either poor script writing, or good script writing as an attempt to establish David's character. Either way it was tiresome to listen to these observations droned through out the film as a substitution for using a well developed plot to establish theme. The plot was twisty as we never knew what side David was on as he played on both sides, seemingly never committing to either one. So yes, the plot was clever as a focus on David and might have been a better film had it left off the commentary of society having to chose stability or privacy without thinking we can have both.
Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.