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111570 No. 111570 ID: 5c87e8

your thoughts on chinese total surveilance
how long before it comes to america?
is it true that if you don't have access to illegal information or substances that you are effectively under 100% total government authority?
this is why i'm hoping thing they start up the west coast marijunana wars again, there aren't too many groups of people who're regularly willing to risk it all trying to pull a fast one on uncle sam, potheads seem pretty crazy in that respect.
>> No. 111576 ID: 278cbe
>how long before it comes to america?
You're 15 years late to ask this question.
>> No. 111577 ID: 278cbe
  This movie was one of my favourite ones in my coming of age years. It was almost prosthetic by many aspects of it.

Modern surveillance is at least two generations past what you can observe in this movie, and the devices that are displayed here are probably available at some black markets already, because modern commercial GPS trackers are just short of flash memory drive in size.
>> No. 111578 ID: a70f4c
Gene Hackman was in a 1974 mystery thriller film written, produced and directed by Francis Ford Coppola called The Conversation and it is regarded as a prequel to the 1998 film Enemy of the State, which also stars Gene Hackman as co-protagonist. Hackman's character in Enemy of the State closely resembles Caul: he dons the same translucent raincoat and his workshop is nearly identical to Caul's. Enemy of the State also includes a scene which is highly similar to The Conversation's opening surveillance scene in San Francisco's Union Square.

"The Conversation" (1974) Trailer - Francis Ford Coppola, Gene Hackman https://youtu.be/6TMT8t-NUW8
The Conversation is a 1974 American psychological thriller film written, produced and directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Gene Hackman with supporting roles by John Cazale, Allen Garfield, Cindy Williams, Frederic Forrest, Harrison Ford, Teri Garr and Robert Duvall. Nominated for three Academy Awards®, including Best Picture (1974), Harry Caul (Hackman) is a respected but less-than-perfect surveillance expert who is wracked with self-doubt and carrying a heavy conscience since his work led to the death of two of his subjects. So when he comes to believe that his latest assignment - eavesdropping on a pair of young lovers - may end in murder, Harry can no longer avoid confronting the moral consequences of his chosen profession. Also featuring John Cazale (The Godfather Trilogy), Teri Garr (Dick, Mr. Mom, Tootsie) and Harrison Ford (K-19, Indiana Jones, Star Wars) in a cast of favourites, THE CONVERSATION is a tightly gripping big-screen classic that is not to be missed!
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