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'Fifth Estate' review: Jet-setting hacker is man of mystery

6:14 PM, Oct. 16, 2013
Trailer: 'The Fifth Estate'
Trailer: 'The Fifth Estate': 'The Fifth Estate' brings the larger-than-life story of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks to the big screen in a fast-paced thriller based on actual events.
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As the world doesn't seem to have quite made up its mind about Julian Assange, it seems fitting that the new film about him and the rise of Wikileaks has an ambivalence about it as well.

"The Fifth Estate" takes us inside hackers' milieu, the personalities and news stories that blew up thanks to Wikileaks. It visits the very real consequences of Assange's actions. But it never gets inside the man, what drives him, what justifies the arrogant self-righteousness that he built his worldview upon.

Director Bill Condon dazzles us with the whirl of Assange's crusade, following him from Africa to ...

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