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Rev.97/10/01 "Hackers" Movie Script Typed by Lo Wang UNITED ARTISTS PICTURES presents an IAIN SOFTLEY film "HACKERS" JONNY LEE MILLER ANGELINA JOLIE FISHER STEVENS and LORRAINE BRACCO music by SIMON BOSWELL edited by CHRISTOPHER BLUNDEN MARTIN WALSH production designer JOHN BEARD director of photography ANDRZEJ SEKULA executive producer IAIN SOFTLEY co-producer JANET GRAHAM written by RAFAEL MOREU produced by MICHAEL PEYSER RALPH WINTER directed by IAIN SOFTLEY SEATTLE 1988 EXT.
Now, in regular motion, the battering ram breaks open the front door.
Armed troops in black uniforms pour out of unmarked vans and swarm across a lawn in a middle class residential neighborhood. Two of the troops carry a battering ram to the front door of a white two-storey house. In position, their comrades point M-16s into first-floor windows, ready to be ambushed. An attractive woman in her thirties is making breakfast.
The view becomes a direct overhead of the buildings and streets of the city, which then metamorphoses (through animation) into chips and digital signals on a stylised computer board.
Exterior view from the aircraft of approaching New York City.
His computer virus crashed one thousand five hundred and seven computer systems, including Wall Street trading systems, single handedly causing a seven point drop in the New York Stock Market.
This defendant possesses a superior intelligence, which he uses to a destructive and antisocial end. DADE (after a semi-pregnant pause) I'm taking over a TV network.
The prosecutor, a woman of about forty, gives her closing argument blandly. PROSECUTOR The defendant, Dade Murphy, who calls himself "Zero Cool", has repeatedly committed criminal acts of a malicious nature.
In the OTV Studios security department, a phone rings, a man answers nervously.
Listen, I'm in big trouble, do you know anything about computers? Kawasaki, and if I don't get it in, he's gonna ask me to commit Hari Kari... (pause) Could you, uh, read me the number on the modem? DADE It's a little boxy thing, Norm, with switches on it...