An entry-level employee at a powerful corporation finds himself occupying a corner office, but at a dangerous price: he must spy on his boss's old mentor to secure for him a multi-billion dollar advantage.

Jock Goddard: Privacy. Absolute myth. There's no such thing.
[from trailer]
Nicholas Wyatt: You're standing on my shoulders!
Jock Goddard: And now I'm standing on your neck!
Adam Cassidy: I'm sorry, man.
Kevin: What are you sorry for? You didn't run me over, did you?
Adam Cassidy: I'm the reason for all of this.
Kevin: The real question is: what are we gonna do about it?
Adam Cassidy: We're gonna use what they taught me. Destroy what they built.
Adam Cassidy: You are hard to please.
Emma Jennings: Not that you'd remember.
Adam Cassidy: Someone is always listening, Jock. Always.
[first lines]
Adam Cassidy: I'm not going to make excuses, I asked for this. All of it. And I did it to become someone else. And I wanted more.
Nicholas Wyatt: Where's my money?
Adam Cassidy: I used it in market research.
Jock Goddard: It will know where you've been, who you've been with. It will track your priorities, expenditures, your health, calendar. It will know who you are. And it's all ours.
Adam Cassidy: You think people really want all that personal information under one roof?
Jock Goddard: It's not the roof that matters, Adam, it's the warm fuzzy feeling of the home under it. People are so distracted these days, they don't know who they are, but we will. We'll know them better then they know themselves.
Adam Cassidy: I feel like I lose her a little every day.
[last lines]
Adam Cassidy: I like being across the bridge. Over here, it feels like home.

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