Adam Rifkin takes this fact and dramatizes it in a movie involving a large cast of characters viewed through the lens of surveillance cameras. The characters all have their own little secrets – none of which are as secret as they would like to think.
Although diverse, they all end up crossing each other’s paths somehow. Think Crash, only without the racism.
Look makes you think twice before doing anything uncouth in an elevator, dressing room or parking lot. Although Look touches on both the ups and downs of having constant surveillance, the film ultimately fails to conclude with any meaningful message besides “people are always watching you.”
Look releases in select theaters Dec. 14.