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We Steal Secrets: The Story Of WikiLeaks [Blu-ray]

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"We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks" es la película documental del director Alex Gibney sobre el fenómeno Wikileaks, el sitio web que destapó comprometedores y arriesgados documentos secretos. Wikileaks se dedica a recibir filtraciones que muestran algunas conductas o comportamientos inadecuados por parte de los gobiernos, y publica documentos e informes relacionados con grandes empresas, instituciones o religiones de todo el mundo, siempre en materia de interés público.

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Rodada con sorprendente inmediatez para una historia que aún está teniendo lugar, el director Alex Gibney, ganador del Premio de la Academia®, detalla la creación de la polémica web de Julian Assange, quien provocó la grieta más grande en la seguridad de la historia de los Estados Unidos. Aclamado por unos como un héroe y considerado por otros como un traidor y un terrorista, la ascensión y caída del enigmático Assange va paralela a la de Bradley Manning, el brillante y atormentado soldado que descargó cientos de miles de documentos de servidores confidenciales y de alto secreto del ejército y la diplomacia norteamericanas.


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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Another Very Good Gibney Documentary 16 de septiembre de 2013
Por Gregory Laxer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Your feelings toward Julian Assange and Chelsea (still officially Bradley as long as she is imprisoned by US Army) Manning are, of course, determined by your politics. Mr. Assange may have a "difficult" personality, but this reviewer finds the ACTIONS of these individuals, who are the focus of this documentary, thoroughly admirable. The film was completed before anyone had heard of Edward Snowden, whose revelations about the extent of government spying on US citizens have boosted the self-esteem of paranoids everywhere. Mr. Assange's activities are, of necessity, highly secretive of course, but we are able to learn something about his background and how he operates. Many still photos of Manning on duty in the Iraq theater of ops are displayed. BTW, the phrase "We steal secrets" is taken from an on-camera interview with a former NSA/CIA chieftain, simply describing what those agencies do for a living. It's well known that the US even spies on its "allies," and vice versa. This chap is one of the defenders of the Established Order who are given time in the film; I guess this is called "balanced reporting." Their presence at least gave me a few good laughs. Some former colleagues of Assange air their grievances against him. Even the hacker turned snitch who reported Manning to the Army gets a chance to shed a (crocodile?) tear of regret.

I maintain that Alex Gibney is one of the best documentarians working in film today. His "Taxi To The Dark Side," about what happened to one individual in Afghanistan who was accused of aiding Osama bin-Laden, remains in my view one of the best and most important documentaries of the past decade. "We Steal Secrets" isn't quite on that level but certainly worth checking out. Long live the resistance to Big Brother!!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas a must-see for those wanting to educate themselves about the current information war in which our minds are at stake 10 de abril de 2017
Por J - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Brilliant assemblage of footage. Illuminates multiple sides of Assange. Stimulates confusion (good thing) about the complexity of question: Can secrets be good; can transparency be sometimes immoral? Or, not? Also stirs the question of how much the revolution over who owns information; who tells us what information is important; and who decides what is fact...IS in fact THE current revolution superseding all national and international political upheavals currently at hand.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fascinating - Wish I hadn't rented "The Fifth Estate" first ... 10 de enero de 2017
Por Laurel A. Silva - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Fascinating - Wish I hadn't rented "The Fifth Estate" first, which is underwhelming and very dissappointing as a character study of one of the most complex and intriguing persons of our time.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas You can't handle the truth! 20 de julio de 2014
Por William Scarbrough - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Great story about Wikileaks and how US, Euro, Asian, African combined govt tactics have been used to suppress and subvert facts that many politicians and govts have been hiding from people all over the world. Whether you agree or not with Assange's ideas, the fact that we're now finding out how criminal our own governments are against the supposed free nations/people of the world should be an eye opener for those who prefer to duck there head in the sand and expect govt protection at no cost to your privacy, or willing to give away everyone else's privacy for their own gain.
In a world where stories last only a day or two anymore before they become boring repetitive attention grabbers (entirely overplayed by the media for way long), it's refreshing to see investigative journalism and hard work to inform people is not left in bureaucratically run news organizations who are told to pick and choose what stories to run.
It should be a shameful embarrassment to those who think they live in a free society and turn their heads because their "beer and bassboat" aren't being taken yet.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This was an OK movie. Motives are not always ... 5 de marzo de 2017
Por Roger Melin - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This was an OK movie. Motives are not always clear, so I needed to go in with an unknowing and unsuspecting attitude, which proved to be an advantage. Enjoyable.


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