Synopsis: Success in making computer program 'like a date' that create by billy and Adam did not make Adam feels satisfied so he decided to create his own program. However, after the program success, that program stole by his girlfriend; who actually is a daughter of his lecture who has an original idea of the program. Adam loses everything such as money, the program and girlfriend. After his hardtimeship Adam ask billy and Bryan to help him to get the program back.
Genre: Sci-Fi, Short
28 min

It all started with

a small immigrant family.

That's me, Alex danyliuk.

And that's my mom and dad,

Mr. and Mrs. danyliuk.

We left Ukraine

in search of a new life.

- Welcome to Canada.

- Thank you.

We couldn't afford

to live in the city,

so we ended up in London...

London, Ontario.

Of course, like most hopeful

immigrants, we found ourselves a house

- that we couldn't

actually pay for...

so things got worse.

Mom and dad started

arguing a lot more.

But eventually a Russian

friend of the family

helped mom get a job as a

bookkeeper's assistant at a bank.

Please leave a message.

Mr. and Mrs. danyliuk,

we're calling about

- your overdue payments

on your line of credit.

Please give us a call.

Don't touch anything.

But dad wasn't of much use.

He tried, but people

didn't trust him.

So we basically

lived on welfare.

Everything my mom earned

went to pay off the mortgage.

I didn't have any friends to

play with or socialize with

except my mom's computer, and, to

be honest, we got along very well.

I'm talking Internet,

video games, forums,

chat rooms with random

strangers, all sorts of sites,

easy access to information,

and infinite possibilities.

It was this that made me

want to go to college.

I wanted to follow in the footsteps

of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates

and one day change the world

for the better.

Fortunately, or unfortunately,

I learned early on that I needed to

save up money for school myself.

My very first dollars.

My job was being a clicker.

I'd build up traffic to sites

by changing my ip address

and visiting the same site

over and over again.

It was boring,

but it was easy money.

For every 1,000 clicks,

I made $20.

It wasn't a lot, but all big

things have small beginnings.

Time went by, and I wanted to learn

more about how the world worked,

especially the money world.

The Internet was full of ideas and

opinions about the banking system,

the financial crisis, the

vulnerability of the system,

and about the need for change.

But some things

just never changed.

So that's how I grew up.

As you can see,

it wasn't a fairy tale,

but I was hoping

that would change.

Just a coffee, please.


a cyber-attack

was perpetrated on a number

of government sites and banks.

Responsibility for this attack

was claimed by darkweb,

an online criminal organization

led by a hacker named zed.

Now, he is considered to be

an international criminal

implicated in dozens of cases

around the world.

Now, this video was uploaded

claiming that responsibility.

We are darkweb.

We will not stand by and allow slave

masters to control our lives.

We will fight back. We will bring them

down. This is just the beginning.

And in other news, the stock market has

been unstable due to these attacks.

Mom, I'm home.


Hey, hey, hey. What's wrong?

What's wrong, huh?

Okay, now, mom, that's bullshit.

That bank owns the mortgage, and

now they know that I'm unemployed

and I can't pay monthly bills.

We will lose the house.

Okay. Well,

what did dad say?

Dad... he's asleep.

Okay. Okay, mom.

What is this?

This is money.

All right, this'll last you

for a few months, and then

after that, I can get more.

Where did you get this?

Did you steal it?

No, no, no.

I didn't steal it.

I been saving up for college.

But how? You never told us,

and... where did you get this?

Mom, okay, that doesn't matter.

What matters is we're

not going to lose the house.

I can't take it.

You need to pay for school.

Look, mom, please, okay,

I'm an adult.

Okay, I can...

i can get a job.

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