The story of journalists, chief of whom is Maria Ressa, waging an uphill battle in the Philippines against Pres. Dutertes & his murderous “War on Drugs,” made very difficult by the government’s lies on social media about its critics being “Fake News.”
The story of the cast of “Cradle Will Rock” & their protest march during the 30s when the FTP play, directed by Orson Welles, was banned for being “Red.”
The series tells the story of the ups & downs of Denmark’s first female PM & the cost of her power to herself and to each member of her family–husband, teenage daughter, and 8-year-old son.
In this satire a slick political operative from Washington prompts a M-W dairy farmer to run for Mayor in a scheme to use him so Democrats can reconnect with the rural vote.
A political satire of a US President advisor hiring a Hollywood producer to fake a war to divert attention from a scandal.
Click the movie title to read my review of this documentary about the tough and funny Texas columnist Molly Ivins.
How Dick Cheney reformed at the insistence of his wife and rose to become Vice President and shaper of policy for Pres. Bush
The Front Runner in the 1988 Presidential campaign, Gary Hart, dares the press to follow him, and is soon caught meeting up with a woman from Florida.
A gripping morality tale. I’m giving it 5 stars. Click on the image to read my entire review.
The deadly folly of Soviet bureaucracy is central to this tale of events during & following the death of Stalin.