Daniel Carter is a cop who gets sucked into the most terrifying ordeal of his life when he picks up an injured and exhausted man from the side of the road in his squad car. He rushes him to hospital where medics are forced to sedate him as he is flooded with panic. Not long after, Carter is nearly stabbed to death when he goes out to investigate the assembly of dozens of mysterious white hooded figures sporting black triangles on their robes, all standing watching the building. It soon becomes clear that something has happened to the man now lying in a hospital bed - and not just him. Other patients and staff start to behave violently, killing the people around them. Carter has no choice but to flee with the survivors, but with the outside still surrounded, they are forced to take shelter in the basement where they find a horrific scene where only evil dwells.
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Mae Holland (Emma Watson) is an ambitious young woman who lands a job at one of the most advanced technology corporations in the world led by the charismatic Bailey (Tom Hanks). The Circle is a company like no other, developing state of the art social and scientific technology such as cameras that allow a person's entire life to be streamed online, medicine that can cure almost anything, and tracking that can capture any criminal. The Circle's main opinion is that secrets are bad, privacy is not something that should be desired and all information should be freely available to all, but for a company who puts across such a message, its entire founding is shrouded in mystery. This lack of privacy idea is becoming an increasingly worrying prospect for Mae's mysterious colleague Kalden (John Boyega), who warns her of the implications of this new thought. But will she come to realise this before she sinks deeper into the company? Or will it be too late?
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