Today we have the trailer for the Sundance hit "Compliance," which is inspired by true events and tells the chilling story of just how far one might go to obey authority. Check it out below.
Plot: On a particularly busy day at a suburban Ohio fast food joint, high-strung manager Sandra (Ann Dowd) receives a phone call from a police officer saying that an employee, a pretty young blonde named Becky (Dreama Walker) has stolen money from a customer. Convinced she's only doing what's right, Sandra commences the investigation, following step-by-step instructions from the officer at the other end of the line, no matter how invasive they become.
The new movie is written and directed by Craig Zobel, and currently has a 100% fresh rating on RottenTomatoes. It is set to get a limited theatrical release on August 17th.
I can't wait for the sequel where she gets a call from a "doctor" telling her she must perform a triple bypass on one of the customers!! Who believes some random guy on the phone claiming to be a cop? f*cktard!!!
The issue I have is I can't believe the Donna Sommers (if that truly is her real name)got off clean and even got some money as restitution because she wasn't trained to deal with those issues...even got the dumbass of her fiancee (a non-employee, but she trusted him in the restaurant?!) 5 years adding to the stupidity!!
WTF? If she couldn't use her common sense, she shouldn't be in charge in the first place!! She should have gotten some time by harassing an employee, bringing a non-employee to her place of work and making it last as long as she did!
Sh*t is scary with those type of people walking around, all I'm saying!!
The thing I started wondering...what if there wasn't anyone else on the phone?
What if Nix called, started the episode from a pre-paid phone, then came over while pretending to talk to the phone-caller (himself)?
Who would know?
Could be one way for some fat, old bald dude to get his claws into some young little girl, right?
I mean, why would you sodomize a 16 year old girl just because some voice on the other end said so?
I think it's possible Nix used news of the other scam calls to create his own, the way a one-time killer will murder someone in the pattern of an extant serial killer so the cops will attribute the murder to the serial killer and not him.
Mink, you're assuming too much from Nix. Your theories would hold up if they guy actually had half a brain...it would need a f*cking Keyser Soze-type intelligence to pull off that one.
And as you can see from his "I think I did something wrong" type confession of being duped to having that Sommers as a fiancee shows, he's no Hannibal Lecter.
The other mind boggling thing is how the f*ck can a guy identified as the caller with calling cards after denying he didn't have anything with a fantasy of becoming a police officer & authorities tracing the card calls to different restaurants that had those depraved pranks occurred NOT GET CAUGHT?!
F*cking bring the victim, & the incompetent jackasses to identify his voice to identify they guy would be my guess...and BAM! Solved!
The f*ck ups on both sides of the law is staggering!! IDK either to laugh or cry with this injustice!