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Orwell Rolls in His Grave Trailer (2003)

23 October 2003 Factual 84 mins

Has America entered an Orwellian world of doublespeak where outright lies can pass for truth? The country's leading intellectuals discuss and examine the mix of businesses, politics and ideology that is the mainstream media.

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Charles Lewis

as Himself, Founder of the Center for Public Integrity

Robert McChesney

as Himself, Professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Mark Crispin Miller

as Himself, Professor at New York University

Bernie Sanders

as Himself, Congressman for Vermont

Dennis Kucinich

as Himself, Congressman for Ohio

Mark Lloyd

as Himself, Visiting Professor at Massachussets Institute of Technology

Michael Moore

as Himself

John Nichols

as Himself

Greg Palast

as Himself

Tim Robbins

as Himself

Helen Thomas

as Herself

Jeff Cohen

as Himself


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United States 23 October 2003

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