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A near-future world, where privacy no longer exists, all private memories are recorded, and crime is almost a thing of the past.

That's the background for Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried's new film Anon.

Released on May 11 2018 on Sky Cinema and in cinemas, the thriller sees a detective attempting to solve a series of murders, when he finds a woman with no identity, history or record.

Toby Earle has been speaking to Owen, and the director.

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