In the fourth episode of Film Magistery Dino talks about surveillance and how the society is subdued the heavy tracking from many different sides. As the reference to the theme the German film The Lives of Others (von Donnersmarck, 2006) is chosen to be discussed and how East Germany's security police, the Stasi, kept the whole nation under its firm surveillance. Bentham's concept of Panopticon is mentioned as an important element in discussion about surveillance. But what does surveillance mean to us? Dino asks if a society should passively accept surveillance or perhaps contest it and demand from politicians to legislate and control it. There is also a mentioning of some other examples of films with surveillance as the main theme: The Conversation, Minority Report, Caché, Brazil, Rear Window etc.