Insecurity is an indie film revolving around the lives and mindset of hackers; it talks about everything surrounding computers or rather everything that is directly related to hacking. A little fun fact for the readers, this film was made entirely by people who in one way or the other are connected to the IT industry.
The movie is directed, edited, produced and written by Rohan Harris, who does quite a decent job with its cinematography; keeping in mind that “Insecurity” is a zero-budget film with limited resources.
The film revolves around the lives and decisions of Greg, Kevin, Leon and Madison Black, with the plot surrounding Greg and Leon who are being offered $4000 to hack into a small home network. This offer brings about a number of difficult questions and complications.
In the words of the prople behind the movie:
When offered four thousand dollars to break into a computer network, Leon (Peter Love) and Greg (Kurtis Wakefield) aren’t concerned with something as petty as morality.
The only real questions are what complications can arise from hacking into a small home business, what’s wrong with the twenty year old daughter Madison (Zoe Tarling)…
… and what should Greg do when his friend can’t stop watching the girl on her own webcam – and without her knowledge.
Overall, the movie has a number of flaws with the audio remastering, editing, and acting, but hey, its an indie zero-budget film for which we cannot expect a film like “Avatar”. My personal take on Insecurity would be the strength of the script and how well Rohan Harris has dealt with the moral issue through the topic of hacking, which is rampant in invading private lives in today’s tech generation. A more than watchable film with a run-time of just over 1.5 hours.
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