A brand new trailer of "Nothing But the Truth" has been outed. Focusing on the so-claimed real story after a news headline is published, the trailer chronicles what Kate Beckinsale's character has to go through after an article exposing a CIA agent that she wrote becomes a headline. What seems to be a great article backlashes towards her in terrible ways.
This Rod Lurie's political drama tells the story of Rachel Armstrong, a reporter who breaks a big story about a government scandal as well as reveals the name of a covert CIA agent. As revealing the information is considered treason, Armstrong is forced to come out with her source's name. When she refuses, she unexpectedly finds herself behind bars struggling to maintain her principles and relationship with her family.
Starring also Matt Dillon as the prosecutor, David Schwimmer as Armstrong's husband, Vera Farmiga as the CIA agent, Angela Bassett as Armstrong's editor-in-chief and many others, "Nothing But the Truth" is about the struggle to maintain one's principles and dignity in the most dire of circumstances. It will be widely released in the U.S. on January 9, 2009.
"Nothing But the Truth" Trailer: