Clint Eastwood’s cautionary tale about a security guard turned terror suspect
Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s film news including two true stories: "Richard Jewell" by Clint Eastwood, about the security guard who was wrongly suspected in the 1996 Summer Olympics bombing. Then, Todd Haynes' new movie "Dark Waters," in which a corporate lawyer switches from defending chemical polluters to defending their victims.
They also review Spanish-Chilean director Alejandro Amenabar's new film "While at War" which recounts the battle of an elderly academic and author who decides to speak out against the power-hungry Franco.
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