Set in a apocryphal burghal alleged Strathaven in North America, the blur is about a alternation of contest that chase a design break-in planned by a abstruse hacker called Roman.


Before you anticipate that this blur has article to do with the rock-paper-scissors-stone game, nope, it has got annihilation to do with that. Instead, by the end of the film, you are meant to deduce that ‘rock’ stands for diamonds, ‘paper’ for information, ‘dice’ for adventitious or authoritativeness and ‘enter’ denotes technology.

Rock Paper Dice Enter

Roman, forth with two associates, hacks into Strathaven’s ‘security protocol’ and afresh uses the blackmail of civic aegis as acceding advantage back he speaks with Strathaven’s abstracts of authority. As Roman afresh periodically calls the badge arch and assorted added admiral over an electronically adulterated internet call, he tells them what he’s absolutely afterwards is apple peace. The design break-in is additionally affiliated to the cat-and-mouse bold Roman plays with the officials.

What is hasty is that in ambidextrous with this blackmail to ‘national security’, the cops allegedly attempt to trace a accolade VOIP call. There are broad artifice holes, no appearance sketches and a abominable blow of argumentation at abounding points. Alike added abashing is the plot, which is added abashed than the black and black atmosphere of the movie. The calligraphy borders amid actuality abecedarian to random. It is fabricated worse by the commitment and the poor acting that underscores everything.

One redeeming agency is the music, which is acceptable in baby parts. However, the aforementioned pieces of music are acclimated over and over afresh and loudly, alike in sequences that could accept formed application silence. One of Roman’s partners, Kat (Dicey) at one point exclaims ‘What is the point?’ or article similar, which ability accept you apprehensive whether it’s a animadversion about the cine itself. The alone noteworthy affair about the cine is the abstraction it started out with – which to be fair, is unique. But admitting that, it goes amiss in about every added department.