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3.5
103 Ratings

Zero Days

Directed by Alex Gibney
United States, 2016
Documentary

Synopsis

A documentary film about victims of Internet surveillance, how online spying works, and whether encryption is the answer.

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Zero Days Directed by Alex Gibney
The documentary Zero Days by Alex Gibney is, on the level of content, an extremely important film that I hope will be widely seen.
July 18, 2016
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With Taxi to the Dark Side, Going Clear and other impressive titles to his credit, Alex Gibney has established himself as an incredibly prolific and gifted documentary-maker who is also extraordinarily courageous: he goes where other filmmakers dare not go. But his latest, Zero Days, almost belongs in a category by itself. Easily the most important film anyone has released this year, it is a documentary that deserves to be seen by every sentient citizen of this country – and indeed the world.
July 08, 2016
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Naively perhaps, Gibney wonders when the great powers will cop to cyber-trickery such as Stuxnet and begin to put in place rules to govern its use. All wars have rules — at least they used to — and Zero Days aims to inspire something more high-minded than the current mantra of both the bad guys and the good: Do What You Can Get Away With.
July 08, 2016
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