Movie "Look" eyes voyeuristic surveillance

Friday, 14 December 2007, 2:57 PM EST

Prefaced by a factoid asserting that 30 million surveillance cameras in the United States capture images of the average American 200 times a day, Look dramatizes a week in the life of department-store sex addicts, a high school seductress, a pedophile, a "straight" family man who's having an affair with a gay lawyer, convenience-store slackers and thieves who've stashed a body in the trunk of their car. The gimmick: Everything is filmed from the perspective of security cameras.

At Wired.

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