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Nor is there much (if any) satisfactory resolution to the central mystery.
But the combination of a sex-worker milieu, suspense mechanics and speed-of-the-internet pace should appeal to genre fans looking for something different — but not different — from the norm.
“Cam” also stars Patch Darragh, whom Netflix viewers may recognize from the short-lived “Everything Sucks! It is the feature directorial debut of Daniel Goldhaber, from a script by former cam girl Isa Mazzei.
Still, there’s a certain self-negating quality to “Cam” in the end, in that the events causing its heroine such grief don’t appear to really at last.
But reflective of its subject, the movie is content to exist on the stimulating surface, teasing us with the promise of something deeper while skirting around its delivery.
Call it identity theft of a sexy, possibly supernatural kind.
There’s not much depth to this low-budget but resourcefully flashy enterprise, which is hyperactive in presentation to the brink of being grating.
If horror is a reflection of the deepest societal fears of its time, “Cam” has dug into one of the 21st century’s most Kafka-esque problems — getting locked out of your account.