"Compliance" is new drama and thriller movie 2012. It is directed by Craig Zobel. It is produced by Sophia Lin, Craig Zobel, Theo Sena, Lisa Muskat, Tyler Davidson. It written by Craig Zobel. Watch online Compliance movie in Full HD/DVD/ipod/divX All Qualities are Here
Music is given by Heather McIntosh. Editing is done by Jane Rizzo. Studio for movie is Dogfish Pictures.Compliance which is based on one of those prank calls.
Movie Review (Synopsis):
a busy fast-food restaurant in Anywhere, USA. The crisis: Sandra (Ann Dowd), a stressed-out middle-aged manager, receives a phone call from someone (Pat Healy) who identifies himself as a police officer. This disembodied voice of the law asks the frazzled manager to conduct an interrogation of Becky (Dreama Walker), an employee accused of stealing money from a customer. We know from the start that the call is a sick prank — it's also based on a true story, says writer-director Craig Zobel.
His sophomore feature (following "Great World of Sound") follows the sensationalistic story of a fast-food restaurant manager who receives a call from a man claiming to be a police officer. Through a strange process of manipulation, the caller convinces staffers to place a co-worker accused of theft in quarantine, strip-search her and commit other invasive procedures that culminate with sexual assault. Zobel based the film on a real-life incident, but that didn't seem to quell the audience at its premiere in Park City, where several people accused Zobel of misogyny during the Q&A while others spoke out in his defense. It currently holds a B+ average among critics listed in our Criticwire Network.
With a slow, relentless buildup focused on sexual humiliation, Compliance intensifies the "requests" put on Sandra, and eventually other employees, to behave immorally in the name of cooperation. And the viewer too is complicit in the exploitation, awash in mixed emotions of titillation, shame, and outrage as we're invited to ogle a pretty young woman who is powerless and (literally) naked for much of the ordeal. (Dowd and Walker are terrific.) Zobel shoots his queasy little psych test with I'm-just-the-messenger documentary neutrality, challenging as he goes: Do you want to look away now? How about now? Will you walk out? Some did when Compliance screened this year at Sundance, while others exploded with anger or excitement. But at least everyone was talking about it, which is surely what the filmmaker has in mind as he measures the short steps between compliance and complicity.
it were re-edited Compliance would make a fine one hour TV drama; I'm not convinced it needed to be a feature length film. The cinematography captures what running a fast food restaurant is like.
There is a perhaps unavoidably creepy aspect not only to what the prank caller (played by Pat Healy), who identifies himself as "Officer Daniels," is doing but in the way the viewer is turned into his voyeuristic accomplice. This is exacerbated by the fact that Dreama Walker, whose acting performance as the accused employee is very good, has breasts that are so identical in shape and size as to appear unnatural and indeed look surgically enhanced. If viewers are expected to empathize with this character rather than ogle her why did director Craig Zobel chose an actress for the role.
When a prank caller convinces a fast food restaurant manager to interrogate an innocent young employee, no-one is left unharmed. Based on true events.The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival back in January and received rave reviews, some saying it is one of the best films of the year.
The plot focuses on a prank caller who pretends to be a police officer and convinces the manager of a fast food restaurant that one of her employees committed a crime. It is based on the McDonald’s Strip Search Prank Call Scam where a guy was pranking restaurants and grocery stores and conducting strip searches, etc., pretending to be doing so on behalf of the police.
middle-aged store manager Sandra (Ann Dowd) briefs her mostly young and disinterested staff on the key points of her stressful day: an employee oversight has spoiled the bacon so supplies are low and a secret shopper from headquarters could be dropping by at any time. Late as usual, cute, 19-year-old blonde Becky (Dreama Walker) gives Sandra some unwelcome attitude and proceeds to slack off when she’s not serving customers at the counter.
Sandra gets a phone call mid-shift from a male caller claiming to be police officer Daniels (Pat Healy), who explains that the cops have received a complaint that Becky stole some money from a customer’s purse earlier in the day. He insists that Sandra will need to question Becky about the theft, since he says he’s occupied with a search of Becky’s home as part of a larger investigation.
Hesitant at first, Sandra agrees to assist the officer and brings Becky into the back office, where the girl denies any involvement with the theft. With Daniels still on the phone directing the investigation, Sandra becomes his proxy, relaying his questions to Becky or handing the phone to her so he can question Becky directly. Daniels’ voice is calm, insistent and commanding, with an attitude that brooks no resistance.
Daniels insists that Becky must remain naked, although a coworker gives her an apron to put on while he directs Sandra to put Becky’s clothes in her car and leave it unlocked so the police can collect the evidence. Sandra then insists on going back to work in the busy restaurant and Daniels directs her to have a male employee watch Becky “for security purposes.” Daniels then follows with a series of increasingly invasive search techniques and questions about Becky’s body, accompanied by reluctant cooperation on the part of several men that Sandra recruits for assistance, with appalling results.
Tensions escalate after Sandra’s search of Becky’s purse and pockets doesn’t turn up the missing money and Daniels directs her to strip-search her employee, saying the only alternative is for the cops to jail Becky while the investigation continues. After eliciting Becky’s compliance, Sandra agrees, calling in her assistant manager to be present while Becky strips and they search her clothes, with no result. In a chilling scene of dread and humiliation, Daniels demands that Becky strip completely naked to be certain there’s nothing hidden in her underclothes.
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