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Thriller/Drama Rated R. A political thriller that charts the exploits of disillusioned ex-hacker Terell Lessor (Eugene Byrd). A return to New York, coupled with a humiliating attempt at getting a new job, serves as the catalyst for him to take action against those who slighted him in the past. Employing strategically placed spy-cams, and operating in tandem with backer, strategist and lover Olivia (Ali Larter), he captures compromising footage and broadcasts the edited clips via a newly-minted website. Recognizing the power of their model, the two begin to target CEOs, politicians, those who represent the worst of the establishment. Soon Terell's every move is front-page news, law enforcement is after him, and copy-catters are taking his abduction-and-confession model to extremes he never imagined. With these forces colliding, Terell has to decide whether his actions are sustainable - a decision that will compromise his agenda, his first taste of romance, and his physical well being. This film has it all from a tight script to an excellent cast and character's that are full and each one you relate to and feel for. Also it's gets it's message across nicely without over doing it. There's a lot to like about this film, I really enjoyed it's clever story about gone wrong by using the latest technology, the internet. A great concept to work from I thought. The cast is incredible from "Heroes" star Ali Larter to Eugene Byrd who proves here once and for all that he can carry a film on his own. The support cast is just as important and terrific from William Sadler as a Senator caught in the crossfire, Glenn Fitzgerald as a savvy but ruthless business partner, Scott Cohen as a really mad, enraged media executive and the very polished Melissa Leo as Terell's mother. I cannot recommend this well-polished film enough for any fan of the genre. Released by MTI Home Video. ***** Out Of *****