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(2070) 6.3 86 min 2016

Risk is a movie starring Julian Assange, Sarah Harrison, and Jacob Appelbaum. The story of WikiLeak's editor-in-chief Julian Assange as seen by documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras.

Jacob Appelbaum, Julian Assange, Joseph Farrell, Sarah Harrison
Laura Poitras

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Laura Poitras
Writer Laura Poitras
Stars Jacob Appelbaum, Julian Assange, Joseph Farrell, Sarah Harrison
Country Germany, USA
Also Known As Asylum, Ryzyko, Vem är Julian Assange?, Kuka Julian Assange?
Runtime 1H 26M
Description Filmed over six years, Risk (2016) is a character study that collides with a high stakes election year and its controversial aftermath. Cornered in a tiny building for half a decade, Julian Assange is undeterred even as the legal jeopardy he faces threatens to undermine the organization he leads and fracture the movement he inspired. Capturing this story, director Laura Poitras finds herself caught between the motives and contradictions of Assange and his inner circle.

Top reviews

Monday, 22 Jun 2020 07:18

Danger: Risk is the second film from French director Andrzej Zulawski, and the third feature from his first feature film after Kapszupczak - Nacht, and the opera-themed film Kapszupczak - Nacht. It is a biographical drama about the life of famed Polish singer Karol Wojtyla. It is based on the biography by Polish writer Andrzej Zulawski, who also wrote the story for the stage production of the film. The film begins in 1977, at a music school where Karol Wojtyla was studying. He is then in his early twenties and in a musical theatre workshop. One day, a student from the art theatre, Mieczyslaw Drut, shows up and requests to become his tutor. Wojtyla is instantly smitten with Drut. However, Wojtyla sees that Drut is a lot more talented than he is. As a result, Wojtyla and Drut fall in love, and a few months later, they are married. From here on, the film follows Wojtyla and Drut's lives in a period of roughly thirty years. The story is told from the perspective of the students, who are interviewed individually by Drut. One day, Wojtyla takes a train to a musical theatre festival, where he meets two students, Janek and Grzegorz, who are also part of the art theatre. They are the initiators of the festival and form a rock band called "The Forest People". Wojtyla meets Grzegorz' mother, Anna, and they start to live together. It is also at this time that Wojtyla meets Anna's boyfriend, Boguslaw Ciecko, and their relationship is depicted in a somewhat romantic way. The film then jumps ahead to 1984, when Wojtyla and Anna have a baby, and Wojtyla decides to leave his home in Warsaw and move to Germany. The film ends with a four-year gap of Wojtyla's life, but also his death. There is a scene where Wojtyla appears to him, saying that he will not leave Poland and that he will never leave his wife and child. It is interesting that the film does not specify the exact time of Wojtyla's death. It does, however, say that he passed away on December 31, 1986. As a biographical drama, the film is well-written and, as such, is very well-acted. It is a very interesting film, especially if you are familiar with the life of Wojtyla. I give this film a 9/10.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 10:57

It is quite the treat to watch the journey of an unfortunate woman from the most horrible of circumstances to the most hopeful of years. This film does not shy away from the ugly, but does not dwell on it either. The film talks about a woman named Crystal, but I think of her as far more than a person. She was a beautiful girl who was most likely the victim of a brutal assault at the hands of a gang of maniacs. Crystal's parents did everything possible to try and get her out of that situation, but even though they tried to do everything possible to save her, they were unable to save her. Even though she may have made it through that terrible ordeal, she still suffered the same emotional trauma as any other person would. Her only joy was knowing that she did not have to live the way she did. But it was clear that she never stopped moving forward. The film does a fantastic job of showing the journey that Crystal goes on, starting from the moment she woke up with no memory of what happened. The trauma and feelings she experienced that night are documented in great detail. The next few hours are a mix of tears, laughter, and deep sadness. You can almost feel the pain on her face, as her face crumbles every time she is near someone who may have been involved in the crime. She is not a person you would want to be around, and you can tell that the other people in the room are not either. I believe that the director has made an excellent film that is able to portray what it is like to be a victim of a crime. There is a lot of hate towards this crime and some people can even try to turn it into something to make it seem like a problem. But this film does not fall into the trap of trying to make a movie that tries to be a story that is trying to be told. This is a great film that just shows what Crystal goes through and how she got through it. I believe that it is a very sad movie that is able to capture the struggles that victims go through, and how they are able to heal and move on. I highly recommend this film.
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020 07:50

One of the very few films that I have seen that actually made me change my opinion of a movie, and I have to say it did a pretty good job. I'm not really sure why, but I think it was the way the film was made. The film really doesn't take itself seriously. It doesn't try to impress you with big special effects or expensive sets. The film isn't trying to do any of that. And that really works to the movie's advantage. It's so well made that it almost feels like a documentary. The actors are engaging. I don't know why that was important, but the film does a good job of keeping you interested. It's not the kind of movie where you get to see a bunch of cars speeding down a road and then they stop and say "yeah, thats awesome!" and then you hear a music cue, and the camera pans up and down, and then you see a car smash into something, and then a shot of the back of the car, and then the film cuts to another shot of the car and another shot of the back of the car, and then the car explodes. It is a slow, but effective and interesting film. It does this very well. I will say one thing, though. I have to say that it's not really a romantic film. It's not a comedy, and it's not a drama. It's more of a slow-burn sort of story, where the film slowly explains to the audience what is going on. The film is definitely not for everyone. It is very slow and it does take a lot of concentration to keep up with the film. But it is definitely worth watching. I have to say that it is not a film that I would buy, but I think you should give it a chance. It is not a movie that I would recommend to people who do not enjoy slow-burn movies. It's definitely worth watching, and I'd recommend it to anyone who is interested in film, or anyone who wants to learn something about film, or anyone who wants to learn a little bit about the history of films.

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