Cyber-security expert Angela Bennett is given a program that lets her into the government computer systems; when she meets a stranger on vacation, he steals the program and her identity. Now a wanted felon, she runs from the police while trying to to stop the stranger's organization from bringing down the U.S. government and military computer systems.
Cary Grant, starring as a Madison Avenue ad-executive who is mistaken for a spy runs for his life while trying to prove his innocence. This film was Hitchcock's personal favorite and one of the most exciting thrillers made to this day.
Gene Hackman stars as an expert in surveillance who becomes the victim of his own profession. This film explores spying and paranoia in a world where all of our actions can be easily observed and recorded.
In a future where all crimes are prevented by the combination of advanced technology and psychic triplets, this film asks us what will happen if we can no longer trust the technology that has saved us.
Lessons from the Past: Using Fear to Limit Liberty
An untalented hack poses as a loyal American script-writer so that those black-lsted by the House Un-American Activities Committee can still get their work made. Woody Allen's comedic take on the McCarthy years can be more effective than more serious and objective versions.
Earning George Clooney Oscar nominations for Best Director, Best Film and Best Original Screenplay, this historical drama centers around the courage of Edward R. Murrow and his producer as they try to expose the fear-mongering George McCarthy in the 1950s.
A symbolistic study of the tyranny of modern social systems. Portrays the experience of a young man who is mysteriously arrested by agents of the police for an unspecified crime and is prepared for questioning and trial.