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In Washington, D.C., a female reporter faces a possible jail sentence for outing a CIA agent and refusing to reveal her source
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My life was mine to keep. My secrets were mine to hide. My business was my business, and nobody needed to know the details. But someone leaked my identity, and the media now waits to descend upon me like vultures. And my life is no longer mine to live.
All she wanted was to write her story. She knew the consequences but never realized that the pursuit for truth would come at such a heavy price, and her words would shatter the lives that it touched. And her life would be locked away unless she revealed her source, but she stood on principle. She refused to break.
We are bombarded with news every single day. The lives of stars races down magazine covers, but do we really need to know every detail of their life? Crime rages on, and the scales of justice swings heavily, innocence lost. But doesnít the victimís family have the right to grieve away from prying eyes? We walk with strangers, never knowing their true identity, but if their mask were ripped away, would we continue to walk with them? The truth is a caged animal, waiting to be unleashed upon this world, but must we always know? Or should some things never be set free?
Headlines are the inspiration to fiction. True stories become movies of drama. Crime breathes life into television shows such as Law and Order, Law and Order: SVU, and Criminal Minds, and Reality TV brings life into full screen. And conspiracy and controversy spin together, creating movies such as All The Presidentís Men and Nothing But The Truth.
The story was golden, a Pulitzer winner, but unforeseen consequences would soon lead one reporter, Rachel Armstrong behind bars. Her article unmasked a C.I.A. agent, ripping the agentís life apart, but still she would not reveal her source. But as she stood on principle, her own life begins to shatter, and she remains locked away, denied by law to be set free. But still she will not break.
In the search for truth, are we ready to pay its price? Are we willing to put our lives on the line to defend what we believe in, defend those that entrusted in us, but are we willing to also risk the lives of others? How far would we allow ourselves to be pushed, torn between right and wrong, and would there be a life left for us to return to? Is it better to deny the truth than to set it free?
Driven with intensity and drama, Nothing But The Truth echoes of recent headlines. Its powerful cast of actors delivers raw emotion as their characters are confronted with the boundaries of truth and the burden of secrecy. A runaway jury is this intricate storyline that puts the loyalty of one reporter to the ultimate test, blurring the lines between life and fiction, and questioning the limitations of the law under the umbrella of national security. The verdict of an ending leaves us speechless, bringing us back to where it all began, and making us question whether to fight for principle or to surrender belief.