Stretching from the spectacular red desert of Australia's outback to the cool corridors of power in Canberra, The Code tells the story of two very different brothers who are handed information those in the highest political echelons will kill to keep secret.
The Code tells the story of two very different brothers who are handed information those in the highest political echelons will kill to keep secret. In the middle of the desert a stolen 4WD collides with a transport truck. The two Aboriginal kids in the car are hurt. Badly. Someone should have called for help. But they didnâ€™t. They didnâ€™t because that â€˜someoneâ€™ works for a major stakeholder in a research project no-one talks about. The kidsâ€™ accident would have remained a mystery if it werenâ€™t for Ned and Jesse Banks â€“ a young internet journalist desperate for a break, and his brother, a hacker on a strict good behavior bond. The question is how far those in authority will go to keep their secret safe. And just how far the two brothers will go to reveal the truth.Read more »
Here is revealed the continuation of the Australian drama The Code, created by the author Shelley Beers. In the series, intertwined multiple storylines. The first belongs to the brothers Bank's. They are publishing a video which is associated with traffic accidents. The second storyline is accompanied by an accident which is witnessed by Alex Visham and police Tim Simmons. They are forced to intrude into the personal affairs of Clarence Boyd, who is accused in the case. The third storyline contains the events which is happening in the journalistic office named Ned's, the head of which is Perry Benson. The fourth covers the history of the vice - premiere of Ian Brady and political staffers is Randall Kitts and Sophie Walsh. The main characters of the series are: Dean Spielmann (journalist), Ashley Zuckerman (Jesse Banks), Adele Perovic (student Hani), Adam Garcia (Editor Perry Benson), Preston Crayford (communications director Sophie Walsh), Paul Tassone (head Andy King Security Service) Bradley), Dan Wyllie (investigator Lyndon Jones), Lucy Lawless (Alex Wisham school teacher), Aden Young (Chief of Staff of the Department Randall Kitts), David Uinam (Deputy Prime Minister of Foreign Affairs Yang Bradley). Do not miss! It will be interesting!Read more »