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Reuters: Clooney tackles corruption in new film

By Indiewire | Indiewire August 31, 2007 at 6:24AM

George Clooney plays a burned out "fixer" for a New York law firm in his latest movie, which tackles corporate corruption, personal greed and the moral dilemmas people face at the workplace every day. Tony Gilroy makes his directorial debut with "Michael Clayton," in competition at the Venice Film Festival where it has its world premiere on Friday. Mike Collett-White reports.
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George Clooney plays a burned out "fixer" for a New York law firm in his latest movie, which tackles corporate corruption, personal greed and the moral dilemmas people face at the workplace every day. Tony Gilroy makes his directorial debut with "Michael Clayton," in competition at the Venice Film Festival where it has its world premiere on Friday. Mike Collett-White reports.







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