While the plot of the entire movie has political undertones, Total Recall primarily focuses on Farrell’s character’s quest to find out who he really is (and to stay alive long enough to do so).
However, it wouldn’t be a Hollywood film if it didn’t contain one overtly and controversial political message.
Early in the movie Farrell’s character visits a bank to retrieve the contents of a bank box. Of the items contained in the box is cash. Only one of the faces on the bills is recognizable, and it is that of current United States President Barack Obama.
Who is the other guy on the 1000 note.
Noticed this is british currency.
You remember books of old like gullivers travels, they were slanted to indicate nations at logger ends though in those days they couldn't come out and say it, so they wrote books and the awakened took notice.
Films today in a percent are spelling it our for us, the deal is the gen population sees it at simply entertainment.
They don't GET IT.
Who is Loren Wiseman?
Looks like this guy
From this website
Our headquarters staff is based in Arlington, TX, with an office in London, England. Our training consultants are located around the U.S. and other locations throughout the world.
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They also make this device that monitors drivers
The Smith360 GO5 module is a simple plug and play device that uses GPS, wireless communication and accelerometer technology to supply driver performance and vehicle dynamics information. A web-based dashboard allows fleet managers to clearly see trends in driver training effectiveness plus gain other valuable information for fuel efficiency, route planning, fuel tax reporting and vehicle maintenance.
Which reminds me of an autopiloted Audi in the movie “I Robot” with Will Smith.