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Network (1976)
Starring: Faye Dunaway, Robert Duvall, Peter Finch, William Holden
Director: Sidney Lumet
Category: Drama, Classic
Studio: Warner Bros.
English, Spanish, French
121 mins



"Television will never be the same!"

Even more compelling today than when it was first released, Network is a wickedly funny, dead-on indictment of the TV news media.Winner of four Academy Awards it pulses with "vitality and a provocative excitement that is forever rare."Many talented stars are in this searing portrait of television exploitation.When longtime news anchor Howard Beale id fired, he suffers a violent, on-air breakdown.But when his sagging rating are boosted by his angry ratings, he's subsequently rehired and reinvented as the "mad prophet of the airwaves."Of course, when the "prophet" ceases to be profitable, something has to be done about Beale, preferably on camera, before a live studio audience�


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