posted on May, 28 2012 @ 12:07 AM
the fact I recognize pretty much everything makes it interesting even though most of the scenes would actually be some homeless guy getting arrested
instead of some future chick trying to stop future terrorists.
i've gotta say that it's got me hooked. very thought provoking on many levels. I missed the first like 6-7 minutes.
noticed a lot of symbolism within it though..
revolution has been spoken of... alot.
the movement as it was called. led by 'famous' terrorists, who are trying to incite a war in 2012 Vancouver after failing to kill the heads of the
major corporations in 2077.
they viciously killed 2 cops and took their police cruiser weapons (MP5, shotgun) after raiding the hunting shop then went on to shoot up the police
headquarters where the chief declares war.
the main character, Kiera, has some cyborg interface qualities, shes connected to some system that can record everything, shows her enemies through
walls, their heartbeats..
the same mini screen device serves as an arm attachment that can unlock bank codes, create electricity etc...
she can also replay memories on command with a thought
she's able to communicate with a guy named Alek who is working on that very system she uses, in 2012 it's his own encrypted network, in 2077 his
logo design he sketched in a notebook is on the side of buildings implying he has developed next gen high tech equipment or something.
the show ends with 'people shouldn't know too much about where they're headed'
this is just off the top of my head, so I would suggest watching it yourself I highly recommend it.