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Shot by the gifted Janusz Kaminski with a propulsive score by John Williams, this unapologetically old-school film gets the details right – including the hot type, the printing presses, the bundling of newspapers that get thrown from trucks and into the hands of an eager, pre-digital public.And then there's the shoe-leather reporting, embodied by star journalist Ben Bagdikian (a terrific Bob Odenkirk) pounding the pavement, dropping dimes into phones booths for secret calls and tracking Ellsberg to a motel room where the Pentagon Papers are scattered everywhere.He portrayed White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman in the NBC television drama The West Wing, for which he was nominated for three consecutive Primetime Emmy Awards from 2001 to 2003, winning in 2001.

It was only after her spouse's suicide that Katharine took on the role of publisher. We watch her advisors, Fritz Beebe (Tracy Letts) and Arthur Parsons (Bradley Whitford), do all the talking, flashing tight smiles as they manipulate and patronize their boss.It's Bradlee's wife, played by Sarah Paulson, who tells him off, stating that he's not the one taking the risk.The man can always get another job if the paper folds – it's Graham who stands to lose everything. Which leaves Streep to carry the film to the finish line with a portrait of a woman in full.Whitford also made a guest appearance on ER in the Emmy award-winning March 1995 episode "Love's Labor Lost".Whitford joined the cast of Sorkin's The West Wing as Josh Lyman with the show's premiere in 1999, for his role, he won an Emmy Award in 2001 for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.Hanks is playing the Post's editor Ben Bradlee while Streep will star as publisher Kay Graham.

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