Post Directed film Steven Spielberg It airs tonight at 21.10 on Roy Movie. Based on an incredible true story, the film reflects not only American politics but also the weight and ethical value of the investigative journalism. Do it Post Featuring incredible cast led by Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks.
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Released in theaters in 2017, Post A political thriller starring Kay Graham (Meryl Streep) Inherited the post of editor of The Washington Post after the loss of her husband. Blocked by the advice, there seems to be some problem with both accepting her intelligence and having such power in a woman, Kay Graham finds an unexpected partner with newspaper editor Fran Bradley (Tom Hanks) The two will, in fact, find themselves on the same side of the fence when public opinion is shocked by the so-called Pentagon notebooks.
These are the documents High secret Inherent in the most controversial battle Vietnam. Documents covering strategies for classifying the post-war period in the United States, reports on international relations and actual data on the conflict. Kay and Bran, along with colleagues and rivals from the New York Times, can be seen fighting for the protection of press rights and freedom of expression, and are subject to numerous pressures from the government.
The real story behind the film
Post The film tells the true story of a turning point in the history of American journalism. Affair Tea Pentagon documents – I Pentagon notebooks, In fact – public opinion and intellectuals led to the question of what is the right of the report and how far a publisher’s freedom of information can go against his own government. As he explains Coming soon, it will be called so Pentagon documents They were secretly copied Daniel Elsberg, One of the members of the study group “hired” by Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara to write a study on the Vietnam War. [1945-1967:HistoryoftheAmericanDecisionMakingProcessinVietnamPolicy[1945-1967:வியட்நாம்கொள்கையில்அமெரிக்கமுடிவெடுக்கும்செயல்முறையின்வரலாறு.
As I write this report, Daniel Elsberg realizes that there is a stalemate in Vietnam that can only be described as a war defeat. One fact that could meet the discontent of the American people was the rally in the 1970s to end the conflict already and the useless waste of American lives. All the time Coming soon However, it is reported that Elsberg will be shipped New York Times Photocopying documents found, above all, that the Vietnam War did not help prevent the threat to democracy in South Korea, but rather helped control China. This means that the Vietnam War had a political purpose and the government is lying to its citizens. Reported by BritannicaOn June 13, 1971, the New York Times began publishing a series of articles based on this study. On the third day of release, the U.S. Department of Justice was able to get one banned Temporary restraint from the release of other assorted items emphasizes that the release of such documents will cause immediate and irreparable damage to the nation.
At this point the New York Times, in collaboration Washington Post, Fought against the restraining order in a trial that lasted fifteen days, during which the release of Pentagon documents was suspended. On June 30, 1971, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the press, revoking the press freedom and restraining order. The Pentagon documents So they are printed and bring to light the errors and tactics of the four presidents and demonstrate the need for a newspaper that actually knows how to “monitor” the government. The current president, Nixon, Decides to create one, which was already very low recognition Working group Check for possible leaks. But, he reported Coming soon, Loses control and ends up being the protagonist of sCondoleezza Watergate This will lead to the firstIndictment Then have to resign.
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