Director: Nacho Vigalondo
Writer: Nacho Vigalondo
Stars: Sasha Grey, Rachel Arieff, Neil Maskell, Adam Quintero
IMDB Rating: 5.5/10
Running Time: 1 Hour 4027 Minutes.
Releasing Date: 2 October 2014 (USA)
Genres: Action, Thriller and Crime
Plot: Technically is this high-tech thriller mixed ingeniously used together with director Nacho Vigalondo only but (qualitative) webcams use a mobile phone, tablet, laptop, security cameras and these images criss if the viewer really sit at a computer to watch with multiple windows open. a Cellular thriller where you sit yourself behind the scenes. Unfortunately it is part thriller rather cliché. Nick (Elijah Wood) has won a contest and must conduct an interview with the popular actress (as webmaster of goddaughter Jill Goddard is played by ex-porn star Sasha Grey has no problem with the camera zooms in close on her body; it conceals its mediocre acting performance).
During his preparation for the hotel someone calls in on his laptop and the simple finger on Open Windows mouse puts him in a kidnapping spiral of Jill where he is headed willy nilly and constantly monitored in actions afterwards only to his disadvantage speak. the climax of the cyber stalker thriller, including the obsession purpose of the kidnapper, is moderate and includes a twist too much but as cited know Vigalondo to the attention of the viewer with its visual real time approach that is able to hold out much longer than a gimmick . the silver screen as a desktop that hacked images still maintaining the story in several well-timed windows. Open Windows technically perfectly fine to know what the undersized server thriller story just camouflage.