(80) The early exposition is heavy-handed, and many of its concepts feel tired, but Rebecca Ferguson provides a jolt of energy to the film as soon as she steps into frame. The cinematography (and the film in general) takes on some vibrancy once it begins exploring its ideas in the noir playground of a near future that feels all too possible. Frequent changes in pace keep things interesting, and the closing act provides a surprisingly potent pluck at the heart strings.
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