Learn more Download now Shop now Shop now Shop now Learn more Shop now Shop now Learn more Learn more Shop Now Learn More Shop now Shop now Learn more

Customer Review

28 July 2016
It took a while for the quirks of this show to begin to make sense. There's something about the way it's filmed and the central character's quirks to make sense. Elliot Alderson is an ethical hacker. He hacks people's lives to uncover their immoralities. We open with him revealing the online proclivities of an unassuming man in a coffee shop. He works for the web security firm that supply cover for E Corp, in Elliot's view they're called Evil Corp. Elliot is a morphine addict, so you're never sure if what he's seeing is genuine or caused by his habits. The world is well built, but then what we see and hear begins to unpick it at the edges. Is our narrator reliable? Is what we see and hear true? You know what? I enjoyed the ride more than the bigger budget Black Hat movie. There's a late series reveal that is appealing and jars the viewer. Who can we trust? Elliot effectively asks his therapist as he throws her life into turmoil. Yes, who?
2 people found this helpful
0Comment Report abuse Permalink
What's this?

What are product links?

In the text of your review, you can link directly to any product offered on Amazon.com. To insert a product link, follow these steps:
1. Find the product you want to reference on Amazon.com
2. Copy the web address of the product
3. Click Insert product link
4. Paste the web address in the box
5. Click Select
6. Selecting the item displayed will insert text that looks like this: [[ASIN:014312854XHamlet (The Pelican Shakespeare)]]
7. When your review is displayed on Amazon.com, this text will be transformed into a hyperlink, like this:Hamlet (The Pelican Shakespeare)

You are limited to 10 product links in your review, and your link text may not be longer than 256 characters.

Product Details

4.3 out of 5 stars