How and why did Kim Dotcom go from ubiquitous (2014) to reclusive (2017)? Why did New Zealand act like he was the internet age’s Nelson Mandela, rather than, as a Variety reviewer said, a braggard and publicity hound or a Gatsby-ish promoter of himself? Were naive New Zealanders fooled, and has his moment passed now, anyway? I think Annie Goldson’s doco Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web catches the contradictions of the story, and the politics that flows out of them. It is not a campaigning documentary that has been seduced by its subject but good, balanced journalism. My interview.