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The Social Network

The Social Network
The Social Network

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115 minutes


Based on a true story, Biopics, Drama


English (English subtitles)


In 2003, Harvard programming student Mark Zuckerberg begins work on a new idea which will end up revolutionising the world and ultimately become social media platform Facebook. Along the way, however, Zuckerberg faces a legal challenge from twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, as well as his former friend and collaborator Eduardo Saverin, each of whom believe they have been unlawfully mistreated by the prospective billionaire. Based on Ben Mezrich's book 'The Accidental Billionaires', this fast-paced drama is a fascinating insight into the origins of Facebook and the ethics behind its inception.


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This film contains a few uses of strong bad language and drug use.

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