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About the Movie
A black ops cyber-attack launched by the U.S. and Israel on an Iranian nuclear facility unleashed malware with unforeseen consequences. The Stuxnet virus infiltrated its pre-determined target only to spread its infection outward, ultimately exposing systemic vulnerabilities that threatened the very safety of the planet. Delve deep into the burgeoning world of digital warfare in this documentary thriller from Academy Award® winning filmmaker Alex Gibney.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 67
- Fresh: 61
- Rotten: 6
- Average Rating: 7.4/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: In documentary filmmaking, as in news writing, there is a fine line between irresponsible alarmism and dispassionate reportage. And Mr. Gibney has a proven record of tiptoeing to the edge without going too far.
Fresh: An ideal movie for Internet conspiracy theorists displeased with the powers that be, though Gibney deserves credit for doing more than just fanning the flames of paranoia.
Fresh: The future is now, Gibney's documentary persuasively argues, and what it holds for all of us is as scary to contemplate as it may be impossible to ward off.
Fresh: Since no terrorist group or nation state has ever claimed credit for Stuxnet, Gibney can only hypothesize about its origins, but he makes an alarmingly lucid (if circumstantial) case for the culpability of the United States and Israel.
PLAYS OUT LIKE A TWISTY SUMMER ESPIONAGE THRILLER.
GIBNEY’S BEST YET. A globe¬trotting cyber-detective story. Entertaining, exhaustive and suspenseful.
a real life thriller
kept me on the edge of my seat while clearly explaining a story i didnt know well enough!
More than 5 star
Well put together documentary. Suddenly, real world activities start to make sense with Iran’s nuclear program and the power of cyber-esspionage.