Keanu Reeves, the rotoscoped version, in Richard Linklater's animated adaptation of Philip K. Dick's 1977 novel "A Scanner Darkly."
Here are some info and links for A Scanner Darkly for those who missed yesterday's screening:
By MANOHLA DARGIS Published: July 7, 2006
Identities shift and melt like shadows in Richard Linklater's animated adaptation of "A Scanner Darkly," a look at a future that looks an awful lot like today. Based on a 1977 novel by the science fiction visionary Philip K. Dick, the semispeculative story involves a cop (call him Officer Fred) who, by assuming an undercover identity (call him Bob Arctor), is inching his way up toward a big drug bust, score by score. But there's a little problem: Fred is starting to forget he's Bob, or maybe vice versa. [...]
[...] Rotoscoping makes certain sense for a film about cognitive dissonance and alternative realities.....
Phillip K.Dick: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_K._Dick
A Scanner Darkly (novel): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Scanner_Darkly
A Scanner Darkly (film): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Scanner_Darkly (film)
The title of the novel references the Biblical phrase "Through a glass, darkly", from 1 Corinthians 13.
Trailer // Downloads: I leave it to you to find the film (it's available via torrents (free), googleplay, itunes, etc etc)....