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A timeless portrait of the way that power works - in this case, in the 1950s world of journalism, in cut-throat New York - and one that will have you shifting uncomfortably in your seat. JJ Hunsecker is a gossip columnist so powerful that his reporting can make or break a career. Cruel and cold-blooded, he's a huge contrast to grovelling, poverty-stricken press agent Sidney Falco - who has to follow Hunsecker's every command, just to survive.
Satire of the ruthlessness of TV companies from the '70s, about a newsreader having a meltdown who is sacked, then re-hired to help ratings.
14+ years 116 mins
An unemployed man stumbles across a world of freelance crime journalism, going to extreme lengths to capture the footage that nobody else can.
16+ years 115 mins
Screwball comedy set in Chicago newspaper offices about an editor trying to prevent his ex-wife from remarrying so he doesn't lose her from the staff.
11+ years 92 mins
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