One Point O (2004)
Writer/directors Jeff Renfroe and Marteinn Thorsson make their feature debut with the paranoid thriller One Point O (1.0). Jeremy Sisto plays a computer programmer named Simon J. who gets used as a test subject. His corporate employers are secretly conducting a experiment on him in order to test out a new advertising scheme. Simon receives empty boxes at his apartment, grows suspicious of everyone else, and develops a strange desire for milk. Also starring Deborah Unger, Lance Henriksen, and Udo Kier. One Point O premiered at the Sundance Film Festival as part of the dramatic competition. … More
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Love that Kier and Hendriksen! What a neat film. A bit hard to get into at first, but these types of movies are my favorite. It fits in with Synecodoche New York and Stay as a movie that makes no sense at first, but it is all a neat allegory. This one is about a computer virus attacking a anti virus software in a computer, yet told via characters in an apartment building.More
I like Jeremy Sisto coz he's totally awesome and that's really the only reason I watched the movie. But it was gay. Nothing seemed to happen and should really have been a short or something coz it just seemed to be filled with people talking really quietly and Sisto drinking milk.More
moody, atmospheric, retro sci-fi....keeps you wondering...acting by cast is enjoyable...this dark, dreary tale is original and supposedly part of a trilogy(think 'the game' mixed with 'the matrix') posits the question: what if a computer virus affected your brain? movie itself is open to interpretation...you really need to view more than once and read the imdb board to get a clearer pictureMore
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