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"I Am Rebel" profiles unfamiliar yet game-changing rebels, radicals and mavericks who believe the only path to change is by breaking rules. Executive produced by "The Bourne Identity" director Doug Liman, the action-packed, character-driven series is told entirely through first-person interviews and stylish re-creations that blur the line between feature films and documentaries. Each episode centers on one individual and his or her unlikely impact on modern history, as told by the person's closest friends, confidants and often the rebel himself or herself.

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A computer hacker exposes security threats in the 1980s and is hunted by the FBI.
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A pioneer chemist wars with the DEA when his psychedelic PTSD cure becomes a party drug.
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New York's first crime scene photographer chronicles violent Prohibition-era gang warfare.
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A botched plane hijack by three Detroit men in 1972 triggers airport security reforms.

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