Director Sidney Pollack died last monday 28 may. One of his most popular films is Out of Africa, with the touching soundtrack and the unforgettable hair-washing scene with Robert Redford and Meryl Streep (around minute 5’55”, one of the most breath-holding moments in the History of cinema). But it might be good to recommend another of his works here: Absence of Malice (1981). It is a movie that reminds us about some classic dangers of journalism and about hidden intentions of news sources, not necessarily related to the public good.
Via | Center for Citizen Media