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original title: Person of Interest
tags: You're Being Watched
keywords: artificialintelligence, exciaagent, officiallylistedasdead, terrorprediction, specialoperations, socialsecuritynumber, computer, masssurveillance, secret, hacker, mandogrelationship, tension, computer
Girl 'of interest' is persuaded not to leave the hotel room by the guy (one of the two leads in the series) who is meant to be protecting her there. This is done using 'You're gonna have to trust someone' which was used a few minutes before when the other main guy picked her up (as she was walking away slowly and casually from a place where a hit-man had very nearly just killed her...). The line has no real emotional resonance, as no-one's emotions have been established in any way (in case you were wondering). No point writing two different lines though for such similar situations so close to one another, true.
So she goes back to the hotel room and makes a phone call, with the protector guy a few feet away. This of course gives away their location to the hit-man who immediately heads there. In the next scene the other main guy crashes a truck into the car carrying the main baddie who had ordered the hit. The main baddie, injured, is demanded to call off the hit on the girl, but he says it is too late.
This is not necessarily the case as him and his hit-man were in mobile communication seconds before. Of course our guy cannot know this, but he does not even deem it worthy of questioning, despite having just gone into the trouble of hijacking a truck and crashing it into the baddie's car. Instead, he calls the guy in the hotel room to warn of the imminent arrival of the hit-man. Promptly the girl and her protector leave the hotel room, but arriving on the corridor they notice that one of the lifts is travelling up the floors... There is a commercial break here I think, it really is a cliffhanger.
They return to their room, and sure enough the hit-man walks out of the lift that was travelling up before the break. The girl mentions to the protector guy that she should have left earlier, and the protector guy agrees, and apologises. It seems even that this exchange was included for plot consistency, i.e. they realise that had she left a few minutes before she might have escaped. Of course she does not realise that it was the phone call she made after that which gave her away (things are moving real fast here, even for her)... but nor does he. Have I mentioned that the plot of the whole series (a subject for another review...) is that the guy who is now protecting the girl has built a 'machine' that knows where everyone is, what they are doing and saying, based on out-this-world automatic surveillance methods covering the whole of the city's population at least? Yet it seems a stretch for him to see how the girl's phone call might have given their location away.
Soon the hit-man chases the pair out of their room, who now find the fire escape route, which is however only accessible via a window opening which the girl could fit through but the protector guy could not. The protector guy urges the girl to go, however she does not: 'No, I'm staying with you'.
I mean, she did have to be told twice to 'trust someone'; even just less than 5 minutes ago she was walking away from the protector guy (quite understandable that, since she still had no idea who these guys are..)... But finally, not only does she get it; not only does she trust his protector but (her being the target of the hit-man) she accepts imminent death for herself just to stay with him. Magic, no?
The hit-man finds them in the next 10 seconds, and aims his gun about to shoot her; she holds her knife to counter. The hit-man is about the pull the trigger; the protector guy does nothing; the hit-man gets shot in the leg; it turns out he is hit from the side by the other main guy (who got there from the previous scene involving the truck real fast and of course just in time).
Now I stopped watching here... a bit too late unfortunately, as it has already spoiled my evening. (Told you this was a spoiler...)
Seriously, I wasn't the first person to write this. Someone wrote it before me. Then others filmed it, distributed it... Then loads of people really enjoyed watching it, not just as a silly background program or drunk night film, but being glued to the screen with excitement, applauding it, recommending it to everyone they knew and writing 10/10 reviews (here and elsewhere)...
I knew things were not always great in the world... but this bad?? It is based on a screenplay developed by J. J. Abrams and Jonathan Nolan, which is inspired by movies like Enemy of the State, The Bourne Identity, and particularly Minority Report. The idea for the show came about long before Edward Snowden and Prism story came out. The show also contains the usual "cop tv drama" elements.It was revealed at the end of season two that Finch was injured in the ferry explosion that killed his friend Nathan Ingram. He has been seen in flashbacks to have spent time using a wheelchair for sometime afterwards, in 2010. It wasn't just his leg that was injured, his cervical vertebrae was affected and he has pins in his neck from spinal fusion surgery, as shown in an early season one episode. Finch limps and has trouble turning his neck. The Machine applies differently colored boxes in order to categorize the people it observes. Boxes can change as the Machine re-evaluates its assessment of the individuals it monitors.
White box: Individuals the Machine is currently monitoring, but who do not pose an immediate threat.
White box with red corners and crosshairs: Indicates imminent/ongoing violence by the indicated individual.
Red box: Relevant threats and individuals who pose a threat to the Machine or one of its administrators.
Yellow box: Individuals who know about the Machine.
Black box with yellow corners and crosshairs: Individuals who know about the Machine and communicate with it. The Machine designates these individuals as an "analog interface". Root is the only known analog interface now.
Blue box: Members of government teams; the scope of this box is unclear, but includes agents acting on "relevant" numbers.
Wheeled vehicles (such as cars, trucks and buses) are coded based on status of individual passengers within.
Starting in Season 3, the boxes are slightly modified to have solid vertical lines rather than dashed ones, along with a central target identifying the vehicle being monitored.
The Machine also categorizes and marks watercraft and aircraft.
Boats, ships and ferries are assigned a white diamond. (Seasons 1 and 2)
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