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"Hacker's Game" is a love story between two hackers, Soyan and Loise. Like many other hackers, Soyan works for a company he previously hacked. This "online security" firm runs covert activities for high-profile clients around the world.
Loise is a cyber-detective who investigates war crimes for a human rights organization. Obsessed with the truth, she also has spent years searching for an unknown person. The two hackers meet on a rooftop and bond together through a virtual chess game. But Soyan's employer, Russell Belial, has asked him to protect the same arms- dealer that Loise is determined to help to capture.
Who will call the game now? What is Soyan's real goal? The pair embarks upon an intense but dangerous romance, playing an elaborate game of deception. After being in a virtual world, will Soyan and Loise risk everything for true love?
Its funny because both the Title and Cover make it look and sound like a Tech/Hacker movie, but clearly its not. Its more about love and romance.Even if you do manage to make sense of the plot, it still doesn't make the film any more watchable. Worse, the performances are uniformly insipid.
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