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Spotlight: Seeing Ideal Journalism in Cinema Mirror

Spotlight is the story of a handful of hero journalists who are struggling for justice against many priests who hide their sins behind the sacred curtain.

In the foreground, Spotlight reflects the story of honest and principled journalists struggle against the system that protects priests who are behaving in a way that does not comply with the logic, conscience, and rules in the church institution. in the background, it mirrors the profession of journalism at the same time. Journalism, which is also the profession of Superman, one of the first superheroes, clearly demonstrates the great battle against a perversion and injustice by in Spotlight movie in the same way.

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Spotlight is a 2015-made American drama film directed by Tom McCarthy and written by McCarthy and Josh Singer. It is about the basic principles of journalism in general. Winner of the Best Film and Best Original Screenplay Awards at the 88th Oscar Awards, Spotlight’s leading-roles include Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, John Slattery, Stanley Tucci.

In one hand, this film, which is a sequel to the films made on the theme of journalism with its striking subject that bothers the audience, on the other hand, it also draws attention on account of it gets the subject from a real story.

Check out the trailer if you interested in this movie!

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