The Internet's Own Boy Analysis

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Film Review Brian Knappenberger, who directs documentary films, provides a very detailed biography about the internet prodigy, Aaron Swartz. The film came out in the year 2013, shortly after Aaron had died. There are many interviewees, most family members and friends, speaking on the behalf of Aaron. This film, The Internet’s Own Boy, shows a very courageous side of Aaron and all the great accomplishments he has made. Aaron fought for things that he believed in. He was not one who was afraid to go against what others said; he wanted to make the world a better place. Swartz started showing amazing learning abilities and a very young age. He was reading when kids could not talk, and using a computer before the age of five. The documentary