There's a watercooler in Lenny Nero's fleabag Los Angeles apartment. It's an insignificant detail, perhaps, but it tugs at your mind as Kathryn Bigelow's audacious, overpowering STRANGE DAYS rushes past. Is it there because water,
like time and everything else in this nightmare future, has run out?
Welcome to Dystopia on New Year's Eve, 1999. STRANGE DAYS envisions the savage millennial blowout we've all been waiting for, but its real brilliance lies elsewhere. Bigelow understands that the best sci-fi only seems to be about the future; it's really about here and now. Thus STRANGE DAYS,
written by Bigelow's ex-husband, James Cameron, with Jay Cocks, creat...