Somehow people are outfitted with total full-realism augmented reality as a way of putting cameras everywhere and somehow everyone is surprised when they are somehow hacked.
It might have been good, but it requires too much of a suspension of disbelief and it's confusing; not recommended.
"I give the fight up: let there be an end,
A privacy, an obscure nook for me.
I want to be forgotten even by God."
- 1:14 -- Augmented reality
- 3:30 -- Shouldn't that woman be immediately reported? Maybe followed?
- 4:00 -- He's a detective who doesn't detect.
- 5:30 -- Am I sure I want to see this?
- 7:30 -- Oh great, dirty cops, since they are aids her crime. Does he have his own vision tracking? Is that room bugged?
- 9:30 -- He was not shot between the eyes, he was shot in the forehead.
- 11:45 -- Whodunit
- 14:45 -- Reflections off of the glass?
- 18:15 -- He could use a sketch artist (Facial composite
- 19:15 -- What about following the trail of edits?
- 23:30 -- Why wouldn't she just hide?
- 24:00 -- So the future has non-English speakers.
- 29:30 -- How can he go undercover when she's likely seen him?
- 41:30 -- Why would he believe that she's principled?
- 43:30 -- The gun is empty of bullets.
- 49:30 -- The killer sure takes time to shoot, which is especially strange given the shootouts demonstrated before.
- 1:03:00 -- They said she wouldn't look back into his recent past and see that he's a cop.
- 1:10:45 -- Nobody in their right mind would open their door, step halfway out when they hear a gunshot, and then stand there when they have a gun pointed at them.
1:16:15 -- How does he have a gun?