An in-depth look at Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi's life, work, and murder. Featuring interviews and footage that explore his personal and professional relationships with Saudi rulers, jihadists and fellow global journalists.
An in-depth look at Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi's life, work, and murder amidst the complexity of U.S.-Saudi Arabia relations. Exclusive interviews explore Khashoggi's connections with Saudi rulers, Middle Eastern jihadists and fellow global journalists, as well as his enduring global legacy.Written by
Would mark writer/director Alex Gibney's fourth collaboration with writer Lawrence Wright, after My Trip to Al-Qaeda (2010), Going Clear: Scientogy and the Prison of Belief (2015) and The Looming Tower (2018). See more »
Journalists hyperbolizing their influence
It's just that, trash. Journalists trying to hyperbolize their importance in the world. A world where journalists make billions of dollars faking news. Looks a lot like hollywood spoiling itself.
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