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It lucidly argues that powerful interests have been creating supercharged fake stories for decades to advance their own nefarious interests. And the institutional media have too often blithely played along.
Even if you belong to the choir it's preaching to, it has the rare distinction of being a movie you can agree and argue with at the same time.
Featuring footage from the last six decades, "All Governments Lie" is a timely, convincing documentary that will cause audiences to question what they see and read.
In an era of disaster- and celebrity-obsessed cable news, during an election testing the virtues of objectivity, the documentary All Governments Lie is worthy testimony that many journalists are in it for the truth.
The so-so documentary -- and 'so-so' because progressives will not be surprised by its revelations.
All Governments Lie expands its critical scope by tracking down other deceptive public institutions whose credibility also deserves debunking, mainly corporate organizations and the mass media.
This is a vital time for director Fred Peabody's documentary All Governments Lie: Truth, Deception, and the Spirit of I.F. Stone.
Let's face it: Reality is getting too strange for filmmakers to keep up. That said, All Governments Lie does offer an important cautionary point in the midst of Trump's increasingly authoritarian presidency.
Filmmakers can't possibly predict what the world will look like when their movie actually gets released. Sometimes you get lucky.
Useful survey of the left media but the notion of I.F. Stone having something in common with millionaire blue-dog Democrat Michael Moore is patently absurd.
A tribute to independent journalist I. F. Stone and contemporary journalists who continue his adversarial spirit.
Peabody creates a briskly paced doc that cleverly uses interviews and archive footage in order to distill this complex subject into an easily digestible viewing experience.
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