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Naomi Watts & Doug Liman, Fair Game

The notorious outing of CIA operative Valerie Plame remains a black mark on the G.W. Bush Administration’s legacy and Fair Game examines the woman, the politics, her marriage (Sean Penn plays her heroic husband, retired U.S. Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV) and the fallout. Doug Liman, the Bourne Identity director (and whose father prosecuted Watergate criminals), talks of making a nonpartisan account of this disgraceful episode in Washington affairs. Naomi Watts speaks of what she took from Plame to play her.


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