Oh yes, Stijn (Alex Hendrickx) is Anna's brother and has just had a micro-chip placed on his spinal cord in order to cure his paralysis from a bike accident. Yep....you guessed it...controlled by a computer. As people in Anna's life begin dying in freak accidents....Anna tries to rid her phone of the evil app. Iris reminds Anna that doing this could be fatal to Stijn. Rather than assuming the role of a frail victim, spunky..and now, very angry, Hannah fights back. The war between device and woman will be a bloody one, and casualties will pile up. Street lights, elevators, security systems, etc. all controlled by Iris. Oh yes, remember Liesbeth? Died two years ago? She is trying to call Anna on the phone, but Iris cuts the conversation short. Has technology gone psycho? As Anna fights back, she discovers some startling truths about the people in her life who have not yet assumed room temperature.
No spoilers here, but the ending is wild, and of course...ominous. This film will unnerve you and cause you excruciating speculation about the dominance technology has in your life. Ms. Hoekstra is intense as a besieged college student driven to desperation. 2013 moviegoers were invited to download the Iris app before the film and enjoy extra scenes and pictures as the film hit the movie screen. Available on Netflix...consider this one a warning.