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Do newspapers tell the truth? And does it even matter if they do? That's the question raised in this film about an ambitious reporter who is covering a disappearance and possible murder. Does this have anything do to with Michael Gallagher, who she publicly identifies as the main suspect? Probably not - but it makes a good story. How Gallagher sets about trying to get his revenge is what makes this an entertaining film rather than just a discussion of journalistic ethics.
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
Political drama following the steadfast Edward Murrow's attempts to maintain journalistic integrity in the face of the 1950s McCarthy witch hunts.
14+ years 89 mins
Thrilling drama based on the historic 1977 interview of disgraced US president Richard Nixon by TV presenter David Frost after the Watergate scandal.
14–16 years 116 mins
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