"A world where the night never ends. Where man has no past. And humanity has no future."
A great accomplishment in science fiction, Dark City "sets a bold new standard..." (Bill Bregoli, WESTWOOD ONE.)
What can you trust if not your own memories? John Murdoch (Rufus Sewell) has woken up in a bathtub, unaware of everything that has happened to him up to that point. Hunted by the police, and more frighteningly by The Strangers, Murdoch must follow the broken pieces of his shattered mind along a trail that is both dangerous and deceiving, while his forgotten wife (Jennifer Connelly) and a private detective (William Hurt) also try to unravel what is happening to their life and their reality. Directed by Alex Proyas, who also directed The Crow, Dark City is a marvelously rich and intense thriller.
To say anymore would be both cruel and pointless, as words can't explain the intricacy of this story, the quality that makes it great, nor would I want to attempt it and end up ruining the surprise.
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