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Focus World presents the true story of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's formative years as a teenage hacker, which set the stage for his later work as an activist, iconoclast, and controversial whistleblower. In 1980s Australia, Julian Assange (played by Alex Williams) is a teenager living in hiding with his brother and mother (Academy Award nominee Rachel Griffiths) while running away from a violent stepfather. Becoming one of the first hackers ever, Julian begins to access increasingly high-level and dangerous sites, gaining the attention of police detective Ken Roberts (Golden Globe Award winner Anthony LaPaglia). Technologically ill-equipped, the detective struggles to catch his quarry.In this undersea adventure, we observe sharks on the lookout for the next bite and swarms of diverse fish as they make their way through the reef, confusing hungry attackers with their vast display of shapes and colors. Although this continuous struggle sounds barbaric, there is a balance between the hunters and the hunted! Eat or be eatenin this world, it's all about survival!