Total Recall Bande Annonce

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Total Recall : Mémoires programmées est un film de science-fiction américain réalisé par Len Wiseman, sorti en 2012.
Il s'agit de la seconde adaptation de la nouvelle Souvenirs à vendre de Philip K. Dick parue en 1966, après Total Recall de Paul Verhoeven sorti en 1990.
Synopsis
Dans un futur indéterminé, la Terre a fait l'objet de plusieurs conflits chimiques qui ont rendu une bonne partie de notre monde inhabitable. Seuls deux grands territoires sont restés sains : les Îles anglaises, ainsi qu'une partie des côtes européennes, connue sous le nom d'Union Fédérale Britannique, puissance économique, et l'Australie, appelée « la Colonie », en état de pauvreté. Doug Quaid, un ouvrier fabriquant des robots de sécurité, en a assez de vivre la même vie, jour après jour. Intéressé par les offres de la société Rekall, qui propose à ses clients l'implant de souvenirs virtuels, il se lance dans l'aventure et décide de se faire implanter les souvenirs d'un agent secret en mission. la suite ....
Total Recall is a 2012 American dystopian science fiction action film remake of the 1990 film of the same name, which was in turn loosely based on the 1966 short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" by Philip K. Dick. The film centers upon an ordinary factory worker who accidentally discovers that his current life is a fabrication predicated upon false memories implanted into his brain by the government. Ensuing events leave no room for doubt that his true identity is that of a highly-trained secret agent. He then follows a trail of clues to gradually recover more suppressed memories and reassumes his original vocation with renewed dedication. Unlike the original film and the short story, the plot takes place on Earth rather than a trip to Mars[4] and exhibits more political overtones. The film blends Western and Eastern influences, most notably in the settings and dominant populations of the two nation-states in the story: the United Federation of Britain and the Colony (Australia).
Total Recall was directed by Len Wiseman and written by Mark Bomback, James Vanderbilt, and Kurt Wimmer. It stars Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, Bryan Cranston, Will Yun Lee, and Bill Nighy. It was first announced in 2009[5] and was released in North America on August 3, 2012,[6] grossing over $198 million worldwide.[3] The film was released to lukewarm-to-negative critical reception. It received praise in certain areas such as its action sequences, but the film's lack of humor, emotional subtlety and character development drew the most criticism.

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