RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Truthhelm
be told, cinephiles worldwide are increasingly drawn to entertaining fiction movies that reveal insider information and provide credible analysis about the real-life people and events that impact our lives.
Of course, nonfiction documentaries are popular, too. But truth-based narratives are trending.
OFFICIAL SECRETS, a British film helmed by South African director Gavin Hood, exemplifies the truthy trend. The film reveals the story of Katherine Gun (played by Kiera Knightly), a righteous London-based sworn-to-secrecy British spy who blew the whistle on Prime Minister Tony Blair and his government for complicity in . . .