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A cop from a unit that arrests murderers before they act is accused of a future crime.


Why watch this film?

One of the coolest dystopias of recent times. After all, in this future imagined by Philip K. Dick, the police don't make arrests, or anything like that. In fact, through information obtained by a powerful artificial intelligence, they arrest people preemptively before crimes are committed. From this premise, the viewer is invited to follow the journey of a policeman (Tom Cruise) who is convicted of pre-murder. With a beautiful and exciting package, much due to Steven Spielberg's inspired direction, 'Minority Report' is an action movie that goes beyond the traditional running of the genre - even though Tom Cruise doesn't stop for a minute on the screen. You will end the movie looking differently at the artificial intelligence embedded in your cell phone and, thus, thinking about what are the limits for technology in our lives.



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In a future where a special police unit is able to arrest murderers before they commit their crimes, an officer from that unit is himself accused of a future murder.

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