When Edward J. Snowden reveals to the world the existence of a secret NSA surveillance program, he then closed the doors of its own future, renouncing his career, his girlfriend and his native land. It was a big sacrifice for Edward who deeply loved his country and was proud to serve. twenty-year-old he wanted to be part of the Special Forces and would soon join the CIA. He had a blind trust in the U.S. Government and its policy of “war against terrorism”. Eight years later, nobody could predict what would happen.
Tracking down the whistleblower looks intense.
After a teaser that showed no images of the film, Snowden is finally revealed through its first trailer. And there is no doubt, in an Oliver Stone movie, with what to spectacular and suspenseful. In this biopic, Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the famous exiled whistleblower (if you lived in a bunker in recent years, Edward Snowden is a former employee of the CIA and the NSA who revealed the details of several American and British mass surveillance programs. “The United States always wish to get him). The video shows Snowden in training camp, ready to integrate Special Forces. After breaking both legs, he headed the CIA, helped by its incredible capabilities in computer science. He discovers a surveillance program that boggles the mind and decides to reveal to the world what the U.S. Government did in the shadow.
The only scene of hidden data in the Rubik’s Cube ad pretty well the level of tension in the film. Now expectations are high for this biopic well supplied cast: Shailene Woodley, Tom Wilkinson, Scott Eastwood, Nicolas Cage, Zachary Quinto…
Snowden due out in France on 2 November 2016.