The Fifth Estate DVD

Bill Condon, 2013

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Film Details

Directed by Bill Condon

Produced in 2013

Main Language - English

Countries & Regions - American film

Film Description

A political espionage thriller starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Australian publisher and journalist Julian Assange, The Fifth Estate is based on the thrilling true story of the battle for the control of power and freedom in the 21st century.

Driven to expose corporate crimes and government secrets not matter what the cost, activist Assange and a computer hacker (Daniel Brühl) 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.

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DVD Details

Certificate: 15

Publisher: E1

Length: 128 mins

Aspect ratio: 1.78:1 widescreen

Format: DVD Colour

Region: 2

Released: 17th February 2014

Cat No: EO51793D

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  • Documentaries: 'The Submission Platform'

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