In a society where only money pays off and there is a huge difference between the rich and the poor, a war photographer, ten years after the bubble war, is doing regular photos of politicians and important people. However, when he gets a new job of finding information about a special secret club, for only people with a lot of money, his life changes as he gains the power to destroy everything he photographs.
They both have a very similar atmosphere even though they don't share anything particular in their plots or characters. I still believe though, that the concept is somewhat the same, trying to say something about money and economy.
They are similar with the feeling they are leaving to you. The main character is trying to hide and is being chased by everyone. The protagonist goes through so many hardships to try and reveal the 'truth' and get 'freedom'. They are pretty different, yet I couldn't help but feel a few similarities, especially in the thrilling moments. You may like both for that reason, as they are aiming to be pretty thrilling.