Interactive Murders
Hong Kong 2002
Directed by Billy Tang.

Andy Hui is a retired police officer called in to help a frustrated police team headed by Alex Fong crack a kidnapping case in which the criminal uses the Internet and streaming video to broadcast his demands. He also uses the web to send the detectives puzzles, which in a neat bit of interactivity, are shown on screen so the audience can participate in discovering the clues -- though watching from home makes the images a bit too small for this to be really feasable. The story never flags, until a last minute twist which left me somewhat bewildered and at a loss as to the point of the entire exercise.

Rating: Marginally Recommended (Marginally Recommended)

Posted by Peter Nepstad on June 28, 2004.

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