Hacked is a film poster for a documentary which is set to release on DVD on January 27th.
The trailer features Julian Assange in an interview with a film crew about the hacking of Sony Pictures and other films, which were stolen in 2016.
However, there are two major problems with the trailer: It contains some serious spoilers for the film, and the title is also a reference to the fact that Julian Assange is an American citizen and the film was released by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
“Hacked” is an action film starring Julian Assange.
The film follows the filmmaker as he investigates the hacking allegations against a number of movie studios, including Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate and Warner Bros. The hacker, who goes by the pseudonym “Guccifer”, is believed to have leaked the documents and videos.
In a statement, the Electronic Freedom Foundation said:”We believe the title ‘Hacking: The LIFE & TIMES of Julian L. Assange’ is an allusion to Julian Assange being an American Citizen and is a reference of a film by the EFF, which is a political organization dedicated to promoting freedom of speech.”
“It is unfortunate that the filmmakers who chose this title chose to exploit the fact of Julian’s American citizenship to further promote their political views,” the EFF added.
“While we understand that the title of this documentary is a humorous one, it is inappropriate to use this title to promote a political agenda.
It is not fair for Julian to be branded as a traitor and a murderer because of the political opinions he holds.”
“We are working with Sony Pictures to get the film removed from DVD.
As soon as we receive a legal request from Sony Pictures we will make a decision,” the statement continued.
For more information about the film’s release, head to the EFF website.
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