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The Fifth Estate [Blu-ray]
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Driven to expose corporate crimes and government secrets not matter what the cost, an activist (Benedict Cumberbatch -Star Trek Into Darkness) and computer hacker (Daniel Brühl - Rush) team up to become the underground watchdogs of the privileged and powerful. As their WikiLeaks organisation starts to gather support and influence across the globe so the stakes are raised; pitching them into conflict with US intelligence agencies and putting the lives of thousands in danger. Also starring Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Laura Linney (Hyde Park on Hudson) and Peter Capaldi (In the Loop), The Fifth Estate is based on the thrilling true story of the battle for the control of power and freedom in the 21st century.
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The strong points of the movie are, as with anything staring Benedict Cumberbatch, the acting is top notch, and the story is powerful and realistic. The movie put me as a viewer thinking about ethical questions and situations that journalists' and the media need to answer every day. How much information should be released to the public, is the whole story being told and most prominently is it right to publish the story if it is going to hurt many innocent people. The big name newspapers journalists' were perceived as lazy sell-outs more worried about money, retribution and being sued, but above all with their own agendas. The movie definitely shows the power of the media and Wikileaks in particular toppling billion $$ banks, or changing voter opinions. Then it does answer the question how much should you trust the man at the top sending out the information?
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