Spotlight by Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer - The Objective Standard

Written by Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer
Starring Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams
Released by Open Road Films, 2015
Rated R for language and graphic sexual references
Running time: 129 minutes

Author’s note: This review contains spoilers for Spotlight.

The 2015 docudrama Spotlight tells the mostly true story of the Boston Globe investigative journalism team who revealed in 2002 that high-ranking officials in the Catholic Church had been knowingly protecting child-abusing priests for decades. Tightly written and powerfully acted, the film highlights the tremendous power of objective journalism and the inspiring heroism of the few journalists who remain committed to it. . . .

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Endnotes

1. Jeff Labrecque, “Spotlight Players Confront the Clue That Became the Movie’s Key Twist,” Entertainment.com, November 23, 2015, https://ew.com/article/2015/11/23/spotlight-boston-globe-key-clue/.

2. “Spotlight (film),” Wikipedia, retrieved October 28, 2020, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spotlight_(film)#Historical_accuracy.

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