Friday, February 17, 2006

Goodnight and Good Luck

An American film that begins with a lengthy speech about the increased coroporate obsession in news broadcasting. Hard to believe? Yes, but George Clooney's latest directorial debut does just that.

For the Telegraph's review of the film click here

A notable quote from the review

"A final irony, one that makes this film's existence all the more necessary: youthful test audiences complained that the actor playing McCarthy was OTT, a drunken boor. It was no actor - just original footage of the man himself."


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