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A woman named Rachel Armstrong is a reporter for a newspaper for the Capital Sun Times. While going about her daily life she comes across a woman named Erica Van Doren who is a CIA operative returning from Venezuela. She has investigated an assassination attempt on the United States President. As a result, Armstrong decides to get information. However Erica decides not to provide any information, but Rachel makes this front page news. The story is approved by editor Bonnie Benjamin and legal counselor Avril Aaronson. Since it is treason to reveal the identity of a cover operative, a Federal Prosecutor named Patton Dubois sesks to get a grand jury and find out how the information about Erica was leaked. Rachel now has a legal dispute and has Albert Burnside defend her in the case. However he goes to jail for contempt of court. During the trial Rachel defends herself by stressing confidentiality. She has alienated herself from her husband and son. Van Doren is eventually assassinated and it is revealed that the Chief of Staff leaked the information about the operation in Venezuela. Rachel Armstrong is released from jail but is arrested by the US Marshals for obstruction of justice. She agrees to a two year term in prison and Alison turns out to be the real source that leaked the information about Van Doren going to Venezuela.

Nothing But the Truth is an Drama, Thriller movie that was released in 2008 and has a run time of 1 hr 48 min. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.2 and a MetaScore of 64.

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| 2008 | 1 hr 48 min | 7.2/10 | 64/100
Cast
Kate Beckinsale, Matt Dillon, Angela Bassett, Alan Alda
Director
Rod Lurie
Produced By
Bob Yari, Marc Frydman
Language
English
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