Julian Assange criticizes Wikileaks film: "The script is one lie on a lie"

Julian Assange, Wikileaks, cinema, film, 2013, Hollywood, The Fifth EstateAlthough there is still a whole year for the film about Wikileaks, "The Fifth Estate", opens in theaters around the world, Julian Assange already has a copy of it and his criticism of her has been pretty hard.

Inside his refuge in the Embassy of Ecuador in London, Julian Assange continues to talk and this time as a result of the film directed by screenwriter and director Bill Condon about his emporium Wikileaks and the leaks that have both talk.

Assange was able to get a leaked copy of the final script written by Josh Singer and starring Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the role of the creator of WikiLeaks, Dan Stevens, Alicia Vikander, Daniel Brühl and Carice Van Houten. After reading, Assange has been very clear in criticizing the film: "The whole story is a lie based on a lie. This film is a massive propagandistic attack against Wikileaks and the reputation of my staff.'s". Also ensuring that the film is a direct attack against the country of Iran, "ful the flames of war in Iran".

Julian Assange, Wikileaks, cinema, film, 2013, Hollywood, The Fifth Estate, Benedict Cumberbatch
The film by Bill Condon produced by Dreamworks is based on the book written by the right hand of Assange, Daniel Domscheit-Berg, "Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World's Most Dangerous Website" and on the book "WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on secrecy" by journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding, both work in the British newspaper The Guardian.

The film will narrate in first person through the eyes of its creator Julian Assange and Daniel Domscheit-Berg, from the early days of WikiLeaks  until the year 2010 which were published thousands of documents and incriminating emails for governments around the world.

If everything continues as required, the film will be released on 15 November in the United States.

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