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An interesting study of how a well placed newspaper article can affect a persons life and how it can ruin a persons life Newman is the son of a mobster but runs a legal business However he is in business with his uncle who is still connected to the mob When a labor leader comes up missing a federal investigator thinking Newman is involved leaks the info to news reporter FieldsGiving Fields credit she did attempt to contact Newman before the news release but sent the story through without confirmation of details In effect this ruins Newmans life and business He brings a suit against the paper and Fields which is mediated by Brimley a no nonsense judgeAbsence of Malice is a film that is several years old now but it still play a big role in our society as all we know the media has the ability to influence the way that people view the world as well as their opinion of what they see and readLike in the movie Paul Newman reputation was damage by reporter that in my opinion represented most of the media in our world when the ambition to be a super star and have the satisfaction of being the first to tell the story without verifying the source Even to use information when a person asks no to be identified like in the case of the woman who kill herself after she read in the newspaper what she asked Field no to mentionAnd to support my point of view there is another moment of the movie when all the character involve in this case was in a meting with the assistant of the general attorney and he asked Sally Field if she was involved with suspect Newman she answered that no it was not true but yes it was accurate They had been lovers but her trust was in something professional Or was it ambition I think that the
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