Julian Assange did not like the film that tells the story of the website he created. In a videoconference with students at Oxford University, the activist commented that he had obtained a copy of the script for “The Fifth Estate”, which he called “a massive propaganda attack against WikiLeaks”.
“Lie on lie,” attacked Assange, who has been living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for months. The Australian also accused those responsible for the production of throwing “more wood on the fire” in conflicts with Iran by suggesting that the Islamic Republic makes a nuclear bomb.
The first scene in the film, according to AFP, shows the interior of an Iranian military complex and documents bearing nuclear symbols. “What does this have to do with us?” He asked.
Last Tuesday, 22nd, DreamWorks announced the beginning of filming and yesterday the first image of Benedict Cumberbatch featured by Assange had already been released (learn more).
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