Worth Watching ~ 1971 (Documentary)

1971
The story of a notorious 1971 activist burglary of an FBI office that lead to the Bureau’s numerous abuses against dissidents being exposed. My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars.
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Underrated Movie #349 ~ The Interview

The Interview
Ah, Yes… This is exactly what I’m on the lookout for. The Interview is an Australian police drama in which unemployed, poverty-stricken Eddie Rodney Fleming (Hugo Weaving), after losing his wife and home, is dragged from his apartment by police and subjected to a brutal interrogation. Eventually, it becomes terrifyingly apparent to Eddie that the police consider him a suspect for more than just a stolen car. Detective Sgt. John Steele (Tony Martin) and his assistant, Detective Sgt. Constable Wayne Prior (Aaron Jeffrey), make audiotapes of their efforts to get Fleming to confess. My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars.
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Underrated Movie #348 ~ Love & Friendship

Sour Grapes
In this adaptation of a Jane Austen novella, scheming widow Lady Susan Vernon retreats to her in-laws’ rural estate while waiting for scandalous rumors about her to subside. Soon, she’s on the hunt for a husband — and one for her teenage daughter. Starring Kate Beckinsale (underrated herself), Chloë Sevigny, Xavier Samuel. My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars.
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