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Tonje Hessen Schei

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About the Film

Michael Haas has played war video games since he was 5. At 19 he is employed by the US AirForce as a drone pilot. This is the new warfare: Young gamers recruited to operate drones through their computers to kill real people 7000 miles away. This is not science fiction but today’s reality and the big investment of the future: Robot war. As technology expands at an unprecedented rate we are part of an experiment that changes our wars and possibly our world. Drone gives crucial context and new perspectives that reveal crucial secrets of the CIA drone war and asks where we are headed.

Customer Reviews

No real substance

Unfortunately I watched this expecting to be educated and learn something new.
It lacked any kind of argument for alternatives, plus it failed to see spying has been in effect for decades. It didn't provide a good balanced argument and the drone operators didn't seem to me, authentic.
It only focused on the USA and not other countries using the technology.
There was no real outcome and I was left feeling cheated of some valuable information.

Other than that which of course is only my opinion, it could have been a fantastic documentary if it has given opposing views.


True face of USA

Waste of time

I could not agree more with last post. This is not a documentary , it is an unbalanced propaganda film against drones. Nothing new raised, no counter points and zero insight. Don't waste your time.

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  • £5.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2015

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