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Zero Days is a movie starring David Sanger, Emad Kiyaei, and Eric Chien. A documentary focused on Stuxnet, a piece of self-replicating computer malware that the U.S. and Israel unleashed to destroy a key part of an Iranian nuclear...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Alex Gibney
Starring
David Sanger, Eric Chien, Liam O'Murchu, Emad Kiyaei

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Alex Gibney
Writer Alex Gibney
Stars David Sanger, Eric Chien, Liam O'Murchu, Emad Kiyaei
Country USA
Also Known As Sota tietoverkossa, Παγκόσμιος Πόλεμος: Ώρα Μηδέν, Sıfır Saldırısı, Kriget i datanätet
Runtime 1 h 56 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Documentary detailing claims of American/Israeli jointly developed malware Stuxnet being deployed not only to destroy Iranian enrichment centrifuges but also threaten attacks against Iranian civilian infrastructure. Adresses obvious potential blowback of this possibly being deployed against the US by Iran in retaliation.

Top reviews

Monday, 08 Jun 2020 13:19

In this film, the Director, with some good support from Dr. Diana Samuels and Dr. Phillip Hancock, interview several people who have either suffered from A.D.D. or, as their diagnosis was, have a mental illness that can cause them to commit violence. The film explores the effects of the condition and the people who have had to endure it. It's a bit depressing at times and there's a few moments of emotional pain. However, the film also has a few moments of hope. One of the interviewees, who suffers from A.D.D., explains how the treatment works and that it is possible to live with this disorder and be a good parent. Another person, who suffers from A.D.D. as a result of a traumatic childhood, explains that she has learned to live with her disorder and is trying to deal with her son who has A.D.D. However, she also states that she still has problems and is still struggling with the effects of the disorder on her relationship with her son. The first interviewee, who has been married for over 30 years, explains that she has become increasingly worried about her husband's ability to function and wants to leave the marriage. The second interviewee, who has a long-standing A.D.D. problem, explains that she feels that the disease has caused her to lose her ability to enjoy life and her family. Her husband has stopped paying attention to her and doesn't understand why she has become so depressed. She also says that she feels that her husband's job is more important to her than her life and that she has been unwilling to accept responsibility for the quality of the relationship. The third interviewee, who has been suffering with A.D.D. for almost 15 years, tells her story and is very good at describing how the disease has affected her daily life and that she has become increasingly disorganized and isolated. The interviews are enlightening and very well-done. The people who have had A.D.D. are also very good at telling their stories. Although the interviews are filled with good stories, the film doesn't explore the psychological and social problems that are connected to the condition. This could have been a really good film if it had done so. It's worth watching and should be watched by anyone who is a victim of A.D.D. and/or is interested in A.D.D. or mental illness.
Sunday, 10 May 2020 00:43

When I first saw the title, "Smooth Operator", I thought that the film would be some sort of spy thriller. The story is a fictionalized account of a former Army agent, Robert Hansen, who makes a name for himself as a mercenary who makes the job a pleasure to do, for a much lower pay. His most notable work is to negotiate an alliance between the Chinese government and an Iraqi paramilitary group. But when Hansen finds himself out of favor, he decides to take the job of a lifetime, to destroy a chemical weapons factory in Thailand. And the film explores how he becomes the professional killer he is today. The film is a fairly interesting story, with a surprising amount of elements that were dropped from the novel. One of the most significant of these is the one where Hansen becomes the right hand man of the Asian guerrilla leader. This was probably the best part of the novel, and the most interesting part of the film. I have no doubt that Hansen would have been interested in what happened to him, because the movie is a fairly successful, if flawed, attempt at a biopic of Hansen. It is possible that he would have found it as good as his novel. But the one place where it is most successful is in showing Hansen as the mercenary he is. The movie does not go in depth into Hansen's motivations, but there are enough interesting aspects of the character to make the film interesting. The film does not get as deep as the novel, but it is a solid effort to show the evolution of Hansen's character. There are many interesting elements of the film, and the film is entertaining. The action is fast, and sometimes rather silly, but there is enough action to keep the viewer engaged. I think that the film would have been better had it been longer and focused more on Hansen's experiences in Thailand. The film had some great moments, and some good moments, but some parts of the film were far too over the top. But the movie was generally entertaining, and it is worth a watch.
Saturday, 18 Apr 2020 04:02

The reason I gave this film a 7/10 is the overall level of research done by the filmmakers, which is admirable. They are using the internet to try and gather information about the companies involved in the film. This is important information, as it allows for the audience to become informed about the history of the companies. It also allows the viewer to become familiar with the various companies that were involved in the film. However, when the film begins it becomes a little too slow, with the main point of the film not being until about 40 minutes into it. This is because it does not give the audience any kind of a sense of excitement or excitement of what is going to happen next, as the film is still trying to build the level of information needed. However, when it does get going, the film becomes quite entertaining, with the focus on the human cost of the situation, which is something that I have come to appreciate more in my professional life. The film does go to great lengths to try and find out what is going on in the real life of these companies, and what the real outcome of their actions will be. The focus on the events in the film is good, and it gives the audience a chance to see the companies in a different light, and also has the viewers thinking about what their options are. However, this film still does not really give the audience any clear picture of what is going on. The film is not very deep, and does not really have a great deal of details to go on. In the end, this is a film that would have been good for someone in their mid-twenties, who has a solid background in finance, but would not really be able to understand it. It would have been a good film for a high school student, and would have also been a good film for an adult, who is in their thirties. The film is definitely worth watching, but only for people who can follow a good film, and understand it. Overall, I liked this film, and I would recommend it to anyone who is into finance, but I do not recommend it to those who are not.


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