Does anyone know where I can read up on the filming techniques and actual mediums of film that were used in this beauty of a film? I absolutely love the tones and colors in every scene...it fits the w...
Ok I have to answer questions for a class on this movie, but couldnt find the movie in time to watch it, and can only find crap reviews and summaries online?
1.In what ways did the legal system help ...
I'm watching The Insider and recognized a small tune, eventually realizing that I'd heard it on the show "Deadwood" The tune plays on "Deadwood" in season 1 after Wild Bill Hickco...
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Michael Mann's career has always come across as a director whose work tends to be classified rather easily as "genre fare", most frequently involving dramas and thrillers that could be filed under the crime sub-genre.
Bergman wants Wigand to do an interview with Mike Wallace (Christopher Plummer) but legally, Wigand can't do that until he goes to court regarding what Big Tobacco is doing and his actions at this point are beginning to methodically destroy Wigand's life.