Movies like Death Watch (1980)
If you're looking for some great movies that are a lot like Death Watch, here is our list of similar films:
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    1. The Truman Show

    #203 most popular movie yesterday

    The Truman Show delves into the life of a man who is unaware that he's living in a reality TV show, with his every move broadcast to the world. Like Death Watch, it explores themes of surveillance, privacy, and the ethics of entertainment, making it a thought-provoking film for fans interested in these complex issues.

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    2. Minority Report

    #713 most popular movie yesterday

    In Minority Report, a special police unit is able to arrest murderers before they commit their crimes, thanks to a psychic technology. Fans of Death Watch may appreciate the exploration of surveillance, morality, and the potential consequences of technology that predicts human behavior.

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    3. Gattaca

    #883 most popular movie yesterday

    Gattaca presents a future society driven by eugenics where potential children are conceived through genetic selection to ensure they possess the best hereditary traits of their parents. The movie's intricate engagement with themes of identity and privacy aligns with the ethical and societal questions posed in Death Watch.

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    4. The Conversation

    #1,409 most popular movie yesterday

    This classic film centers around a paranoid, secretive surveillance expert who has a crisis of conscience when he suspects that a couple, he is spying on will be murdered. The intense focus on the ethical implications of surveillance in The Conversation would resonate with viewers drawn to the themes in Death Watch.

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    5. eXistenZ

    #2,358 most popular movie yesterday

    In this science fiction horror, a game designer on the run from assassins must play her own virtual reality creation in order to determine if the game has been damaged. eXistenZ's focus on blurring the lines between reality and fantasy may appeal to those who enjoy the existential questions raised by Death Watch.

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    6. Strange Days

    #2,493 most popular movie yesterday

    Set in the last days of 1999, Strange Days presents a society obsessed with virtual reality experiences. This film mirrors Death Watch's concerns with voyeurism and the immersive experience of other people's lives, offering a gritty, noir-ish futuristic vision.

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    7. Sliver

    #2,932 most popular movie yesterday

    This erotic thriller features a woman who moves into a New York apartment building only to discover that the owner has access to high-tech surveillance equipment, watching the intimate lives of the tenants. Similar to Death Watch, Sliver takes a dark look at privacy invasion and the desires that fuel it.