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Full Disclosure

Full Disclosure ★★½ 2000 (R)

Veteran journalist McWhirter (Ward) gets an incredible opportunity when a group of radicals he sent to prison ask him to protect a Palestinian operative (Ticotin) involved in the murder of a pro-Israeli media mogul. But neither an FBI agent (Plummer) nor an assassin (Miller) want McWhirter in the way and he'll have to decide just how badly he wants this story. 137m/C VHS, DVD . Fred Ward, Christopher Plummer, Penelope Ann Miller, Rachel Ticotin, Virginia Madsen, Kim Coates, Nicholas (Nick) Campbell, Dan Lauria, Roberta Maxwell; D: John Bradshaw; W: Tony Johnston; C: Barry Stone; M: Claude Desjardins, Eric N. Robertson. VIDEO

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