City of Dark

“Dreams. Memories. Microchips. 10 Seconds into the future there is no light.”

"City of Dark" poster

A scientist named Plato has developed a computer capable of imaging subconscious memories and dreams. A cyber-subversive, Alice, is caught infiltrating the system. She is mistaken for an industrial spy and scanned – only to reveal compromising images of her and the scientist. Unable to explain these memories, which have never happened, Plato becomes obsessed with finding Alice. But when he does, she confronts him with his own complicity in an immoral corporate scheme.

1997 – 91 min.


“City of Dark” was shot on pushed high-speed 16mm B&W Kodak and Ilford film then blown up to 35mm.

It is now available here in the 2020 release of the digitally restored, reconstructed and remastered director’s cut 91-minute version.