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Kill the Messenger, starring Jeremy Renner as reporter Gary Webb, straddles genres of political exposé, ‘70s paranoid thriller and character study. Webb's story, in which he uncovers CIA collusion with drug smugglers to finance Nicaraguan rebels, fueling the crack epidemic, is one of dogged pursuit of the truth and eventual abandonment of support by his newspaper's editors.

Reviewed by Mike Ireland


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