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Hacker: Trust No One

UK 2021
produced by
Jackson Batchelor, Sam Mason-Bell, James Cullen Bressack (executive), Warren Croyle (executive) for Trash Arts, Sandaled Kid Productions
directed by Sam Mason-Bell
starring Chris Mills, Annabella Rich, Ryan Carter, Rishky Patel, James E. Taylor, Russell Churcher, Simon Berry, Elton Pedroso, Trista Robinson, Janette Evans, Singh LallTony Mardon, Neal Jones, Ashleigh Swain, Omar Mahmood Lagres, Cassandre Wallace
written by Bobby K. Richardson, Anthony Leone, Sam Mason-Bell, music by Rusty Apper

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Computer programmer Daniel (Chris Mills) has served some time in prison for hacking - that he has done it for all the right reasons, to expose a scammy non-profit, didn't matter back when. Now out he finds it hard to get a job, and since he has little social life, he gives online dating a go - and quickly comes to like, maybe even fall in love with Alyssa (Annabella Rich). Alyssa is fresh and funny, and she also takes an interest in him but ... she's got baggage of her own, which is never more evident than when she shows up to one of their video chats with a black eye, claiming it has been the doing of her ex who still occasionally stops by to beat her up. Daniel gets worried about her, and since the two live too far apart for him to physically help her, he decides to hack into her computer cameras to keep an eye on her that way at least - and he couldn't be more shocked about what he sees, a masked man (Ryan Carter) tieing her to her bed and beating her into submission. But the worst thing about it, the masked man knows Daniel's watching, and he knows who Daniel is and what he's capable of - so he forces Daniel to hack into a blockchain algorithm he has once helped to create to transfer the company's wealth to Alyssa's captor. But he gives Daniel only three hours time, which is short enough as it is, but what's worse is that the detective (James E. Taylor) who has once booked Daniel is once again on his case ...

 

Being shot the found footage way, as in mostly through (supposed) webcams and CCTV cameras, this film can't fully escape the limitations of the genre, which is a lack of cinematic compositions or really any sort of aesthetics beyond the very basic - but that's not at all to say Hacker: Trust No One is a bad movie, as it's actually a pretty lively thriller that makes the best out of its limitations and compensates its lack of fancy camerawork with clever editing, and moves the story along at a steady pace, with plenty of surprises along the way one didn't see coming from a distance already. And despite never actually meeting in the film, Chris mills and Annabella Rich manage to develop the right chemistry to make this one work.

 

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