Synopsis by Betsy Boyd
Code Rush takes a behind-the-screen look at the complex work of Netscape computer engineers as they toil to meet a difficult deadline. These code writers labor to build the strings of code that equal the life force of the computer. This documentary records their efforts to launch the latest browser and save Netscape from possible financial ruin. Viewers learn specifics about the AOL-Netscape merger, and the definition of the term "geek chic." The film also explores the Internet's impact on commerce and daily life.
business, capitalism, competition, computer-software, computers, Internet