Samuel works in Brussels as a pharmaceutical delivery man. His gorgeous girlfriend Mireille heads off to New York to intern at a prestigious architecture firm. Shortly after her departure, Sam's computer is hacked. A series of rather dodgy IT-guys fail to protect his wireless network. The mysterious hacker seems intent on screwing up Samuel's life and his relationship with Mireille. Paranoia kicks in. Sam starts to suspect his neighbors and gets obsessed with WiFi-rays... Love, paranoia and two lovers separated by an ocean of communication devices.
- Stars:Matthias Schoenaerts, Tine Van den Wyngaert, Andrea Bardos, Leah Chanmugam, Liesje De Backer, Jessica De Baere, Josse De Pauw, Sien Eggers, Korneel Hamers, Vincent Lecuyer, Jeff Otte, Stefan Perceval, Marit Stocker, Nico Sturm, Renee Sys,
- Director:Alex Stockman,
- Writer:Alex Stockman (screenwriter)
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Pulsar torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: It was so slow and boring it put me to sleep.
(jp) wrote: trailer seemed pretty nice
(jp) wrote: 1 star for each of Ashley Hinshaw's amazing breasts...and a 1/2 star for Heather Graham still being hot and kissing girls in this movie 15 years after Rollergirl.
(it) wrote: So mais realistas e tm mais aco os "Caadores de Tempestades" no Discovery Channel... at os dilogos so melhores!
(es) wrote: Good movie. If you like this one see "Treeless Mountain" too.
(ru) wrote: This is awful, truly horrible. Emmanuelle Beart is not convincing at all as a Mom, the movie sucks.
(de) wrote: How many films did Jean-Claude Van Damme play twins in?!
(nl) wrote: probably the weirdest film i've ever seen
(it) wrote: Watched this for the first time in the late 80's, and re-discovered it on Netflix this weekend. Loved it- again.
(fr) wrote: Acting is a bit cheesy, but as a child this was a scary movie.
(ag) wrote: Ace In The House With A Another Success
(au) wrote: Restrained, intelligent and intensely realistic, this is one of the best horror/dramas I've ever seen. Must see cinema.
(ru) wrote: Nice try asylum but better luck next time! At least I got a laugh out of it!
(it) wrote: the problem with The Bronze is that,while trying to do its job as a comedy,it feels at times that the dialogue is too aggressive and contrived. the idea is not bad but the execution is just awful.