Clive Owen and director Andrew Niccol on how technology is changing filmmaking
Their new movie Anon is released on Friday 11 May.
In a world where privacy has been practically eradicated, one detective (Clive Owen) must use the technology at hand to find a hacker (Amanda Seyfried) who is somehow connected to a series of gruesome murders.
That is the synopsis to new movie Anon, from writer/director Andrew Niccol, the man behind some of the best science fiction and cutting edge technology-themed movies of the last few years, including Gattaca, The Truman Show and Good Kill.
For his latest movie, he is looking into how technology and privacy do not mix, and how that technology can be both a help and hindrance in today's world.
Clive Owen also chats briefly about his time filming King Arthur in Ireland, and his long-held love for a particular Irish beverage...
Check out the full interview below, and JOE's full review of the movie features on Episode #17 of The Big Reviewski.
Anon will be released in UK and Irish cinemas and on Sky Cinema from Friday 11 May, and you can check out the full trailer right here:
Clip via Sky Cinema