We know we want it. We want to see through other people's eyes, have their experiences, stand in their shoes. That's the unspoken promise of the movies, and as the unsettling prospect of computer-generated virtual reality creeps closer, it is possible that millions now living will know exactly what it feels like to be somebody else. The squid software tapes the lives of other people and plays them back. The movie shows how it works in an opening scene of savage kinetic energy, as a tapehead goes along on an armed robbery, vicariously sharing the same experience until the robber falls off a rooftop to his death. The tape is for sale, but Lenny Nero Ralph Fiennes doesn't want to buy it.
Scenes of 'sadistic' torture captured on tape
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Is this your business? Verify your listing. The feel of this place is personal. On the way to Starbucks, I came here in search of a mid-roadtrip haircut I had to be at a dance that evening.
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Hey, Angela. How come you never take showers when the rest of us do? Oh, I know what that is. You haven't reached puberty yet.
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