Nothing but the Truth
Journalist Rachel Armstrong (Kate Beckinsale) turns Washington on its ear when she outs a casual acquaintance (Vera Farmiga) as a CIA agent. The government's formidable prosecutor (Matt Dillon) sends Rachel to jail for contempt, where she discovers the true impact of her decision. David Schwimmer and Alan Alda co-star in this drama from Rod Lurie, the politically savvy filmmaker behind The Contender and "Commander in Chief."

Scott Hardie: “It ruled.”

Rod Lurie's heroines suffer nobly for their principles, and this is another of his polished dramas that delivers his message with a punch. Every aspect of this under-released picture is top-notch, especially the cast, each of whom nails their big scene.

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