Fateful Findings Is The Best/Worst B-Movie About Fighting Government Surveillance

Have we at last found the film that historians will look to to sum up our NSA-panopticon-surveillance-paranoia era? Fateful Findings is a low-budget “paranormal thriller” produced and written by one Neil Breen, who stars as an Edward Snowden-esque hacker in what may be the most or least important movie of our time:


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  • echar

    His performance is so passionate and authentic. I dare so, I don’t see how this can fail.

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