Spiderhead is the film for you if you want to spend an hour and fifty minutes walking a precarious ethical tightrope.

The film is set in a futuristic jail institution called Spiderhead that provides its convicts an extraordinary level

of freedom directed by Joseph Kosinski of Top Gun: Maverick and based on George Saunders' 2010 New Yorker short

story "Escape from Spiderhead. But how much will it cost? Spiderhead was created by scientist Steve Abnesti

with one goal in mind: to test new experimental medications on inmates. The substances in question induce a

wide range of emotional emotions in their users, including laughter, honesty, and love. Experimental drug tests, of course,

are going to come with a slew of drawbacks. In this situation, Steve isn't only interested in generating "positive" feelings

he also wants to extract negative ones. Darkenfloxx is a medicine that makes you ill, angry, and suicidal all at the

same time. Inmate Jeff understandably disturbed by Steve's casual usage of the potentially lethal drug, begins an

investigation into Spiderhead's masterminds. Sure enough, he realises that not everything is as perfect as the