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A cover-up that spanned four U.S. Presidents pushed the country's first female newspaper publisher and a hard-driving editor to join an unprecedented battle between journalist and government. Inspired by true events.
|Studio :||DreamWorks, Amblin Entertainment, Participant Media,|
|Crew :||Production Design, Supervising Art Director,|
|Cast :||Meryl Streep Tom Hanks Sarah Paulson Bob Odenkirk Tracy Letts|
|Genre :||Drama History Thriller|
The Post is an inspirational reminder of the importance of a free press while unabashedly making journalism look like the most awesome job ever - akin to what Raiders of the Lost Ark did for archaeology.
Spielberg is now 70 but has scarcely lost a step; The Post possesses the same energy and vigor as the films he made decades ago.
The beauty of Streep s performance (and it s one of her best in years) is how she lets you see her grow into the responsibility of her position. She elevates The Post from being a First Amendment story to a feminist one, too.
Pulses ahead like a detective yarn for news junkies, one that crackles with present-day parallels.
Offers suspense and rich characterizations to an all too timely examination of the importance of a free press and of the constant obligation to speak truth to power.