Media Movies

Saturday, March 10, 2001

Hollywood movies often paint an unflattering picture of the media. The film “15 Minutes,” which recently opened in theaters, is no exception. Reaching back to Orson Welles’ “Citizen Kane,” Brooke and film critic David Edelstein take a look at Hollywood’s image of the sensation-seeking media.

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