I was watching short videos on a normal news website, and instead of showing a normal 30 second commercial it unexpectedly started playing a 1 hour (72 minutes I think) SciFi movie! The whole time it shows Advertisement at the bottom, but I just left the controls alone for fear they might interrupt viewing.
There was a normal feature length movie introduction giving names of actors but I didn't pay attention at that point. Later I discovered I couldn't back up and check them.
All I have are screen shots. I've cropped out the video player parts and collected some together, shown below. Perhaps this will help identify one of the actors, which would then help for title look-up. Japanese is spoken during some "bad guy" scenes.
Does this jog anybody's memory? I'd like to look up the film and find the actor and production credits.
The story starts with a guy having a nightmare, his "uncle" giving him a tranquilizer, going to high-school the next day, then a SWAT-like team enters the classroom and tries to take him into custody. He has unusual "powers" and escapes.
Question: What is the title of the film, how can I look up the actor and production credits? Any idea why this would have been shown to me randomly for free? (I'm browsing from Taiwan and advertisements are usually targeted to local viewers.)
Here is what was shown at the top of the screen. There's not much to go on; I've tried to sharpen but it's still difficult to read. It doesn't appear to name the movie though...