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‘Anon’ - Anonymity becomes the enemy in a world where there is no privacy, and crime is extinct—almost. Clive Owen, Amanda Seyfried.

Release date: Fri 16 Nov 2018
Running time:100 (1h40’)
Age restriction:16 D L N S V


In a film set in a world without anonymity or crime, a detective meets a woman who threatens that world’s security.

FPB Classification

Title Detail : ANON
FILM TITLE: ANON
GENRE:
CONSUMER ADVICE: 16 D L N S V
DISTRIBUTOR: STER KINEKOR ENTERTAINMENT
DIRECTOR:
MAIN CAST:
LANGUAGE: Fairly frequent strong impact swearing.
NUDITY: Fairly frequent moderate impact, including sexual contexts, but no genitals.
PREJUDICE: NONE
SEX: NONE
VIOLENCE: Frequent moderate to strong impact violence, within the action thriller genre context.
BLASPHEMY: NONE
DRUG ABUSE: NONE
COMMENTS: The action sci-fi thriller “Anon” explores strong impact themes of murder, crime, investigation, undercover operations, mental hacking, artificial intelligence, memories being erased, past and present, relationships, technological advances, science fiction, surveillance, illusion, invasion of privacy and guilt. Themes are presented within the context of a futuristic context involving a highly technological and computerised world. These themes are complex and mature and some, including those dealing with complex technological advances, murder and undercover police work, may be confusing to cognitively immature children under 16 years. Pro-social messages about fighting for what you believe is right, solving crimes and looking for the truth, justice prevailing and raising awareness about privacy issues in an era of highly developed technology, are presented in a complex manner, which is likely to be of more benefit to cognitively and morally mature viewers of 16 years and older, than for younger viewers who may have trouble comprehending it.Some of the themes, such as those dealing with murder and crime are inappropriate for cognitively and morally immature viewers under the age of 16 years who may be disturbed, upset or morally misled by it. This particularly given elements such as nudity in sexual contexts and simulated sexual conduct, which may also prematurely expose children under the age of 16 years to adult experiences. Themes are also presented with a sense of threat and menace, for example those relating to the threat of an unseen murderer on the loose and involving violence and distortions of reality, underscored by suspenseful music and disorientating visual effects, intensified by the enhanced audio-visual effects of the cinematic format.