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The first few minutes of “The Sun Stands Still” are like something out of an anxiety dream. A Japanese agent in a foreign land has to dodge assailants while trying to check in with his employers, before they terminate his contract via a bomb implanted in his chest.

Anyone who’s spent the past year working remotely while dealing with overzealous bosses may find this hits a little too close to home.

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