One large tech company has developed a different kind of motion picture camera: instead of capturing images at twenty-four frames per second, it captures moments in time. For the camera’s operator and the subjects who were within the lens’ focal range, it takes twenty-four hours to experience what used to be a single second. Time essentially stands still. Today, one of the camera’s users has plans. Plans worth killing over.
On the other side of the wall and within the depth of field of the camera lens, office worker Stanley Freeman is about to have a really long day.
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