Being a huge fan of Lee Evans, I knew for a while that he was bringing this film out, and that it was not going to be comedy based! This film took me completely be suprise.
The main character (Lee Evans) was accused of murdering a mother and twin daughters years ago. The trial was scrapped, but ever since, Sean Veil (Evans) video tapes his every move. He home is fitted with cameras so that no corner is not seen, and if he ventures out, he has a "self-cam" so that all his movements, wherever he is,are caught on tape. He shaves his head, so his image will stick in peoples mind. Everything he can think of to prove his innocence if ever he was accused of a crime again.
However, when there is another murder, that tapes that would prove his innocence go missing. So he has to go on the run, and find other ways of proving his innocence. A reporter, who seems to be the only person to believe him, accompanies him, providing an interesting twist near the end.
The ending is tense as the plot twists in many directions, trying to find out who really did murder that family many years ago, and how it is liked to the recent murder. Lee Evans give a truly stunning performance, as a completely paranoid prisoner of his past. This film shows that Lee Evans is more than the brilliant comedian he is. The ending has so many twists, that at times it can be hard to keep up, but it doesnt take anything away from the film
This film goes to show what our society could turn us all into. A scary thought.