Sunday is our third run in the Nottingham Six Pack Challenge, this time it’s the ‘Trentside Trundle 7K’ from Stoke Bardolph. L runs it while I walk with both dogs and she then runs back up the course to meet us. Of course we get lost again but the good news is my knee is at last showing some signs of slight improvement.
A good test of our new TV is the film Possessor which is streamed
from Broadway Cinema via Modern Films. It is directed by David Cronenberg’s son
Brandon and it certainly shows influences of his father’s work.
Tasya Vos (Andrea Riseborough) is employed by a company that offers remote assassinations. Basically they kidnap and drug someone who has access to the person they want to get rid of, imped a microchip in their skull and then allow one of their staff to take control of their mind and body via super-bluetooth (or something). Just like a computer game.
Her next job to take
out John Parse (Sean Bean), the CEO of
some mega company, along with his daughter Ava (Tuppence Middleton)
boyfriend Colin Tate (Christopher Abbott) as the weapon of choice,
making it look like some massive mental breakdown on Colin’s part. This
is at the request of Ava’s step-brother who would gain by inheriting the
Meanwhile a shocked Colin cannot understand why
he’s killed his girlfriend or why he is suddenly getting memories of another
person life, that of Tasya’s. Confused, he kills a friend of his before
tracking down Tasya’s family and confronting her husband at gunpoint, demanding
answers he isn't going to get.