This is a nice followup on my previous post on The Pirate Bay - Away From Keyboard. It is an excellent portrait of the hacktivist movement otherwise know as 'Anonymous' and derivatives like Lulzsec. Where TPB AFK was blowing my mind at times because of strange conclusions by legal systems, then this is even stranger. Because this takes place in 'Murica. And in 'Murica it is a bigger crime to protest a large bank online who steal large sums of money that it is molesting children.
The documentary shows great depth into the world of 4Chan and how Anonymous came to be. How Anonymous propelled the Occupy movement and the things they did in the name of freedom of speech. The documentary leaves some important parts out, but you'll get a pretty good idea. Overall this is a more 'American' style documentary, a bit more sensationalistic when compared to TPB - AFK, a style I prefer over the prior. Here's a small list of events featured: Habbo Raid (The pool's closed), Hal Turner Raid, Operations Payback, Avenge Assange and Bradical, The Arab Spring and Project Chanology. I really enjoyed this documentary as it speaks to me both as someone from the generation as I'm someone from the internets. Although it is harder to sympathise with LulzSec, (they did provide me with copious amounts of Lulz), I know I appreciate 4Chan's/Anonymous' 'moralfags' a lot. :)
You can buy the movie, DRM free, directly on the site. However, if you've seen my previous post, I'm sure you can think of another way to get your hands on it. All in all a good documentary if you're into internet culture. Enjoy.