Good Night, And Good Luck. (2005)

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During the 1950s, Senator Joseph McCarthy rooted out so-called Communist traitors in his country through his televised witch hunt, condemning people as Communists, often without transparent proof. Horrified by McCarthy's tactics, CBS reporter Edward R Murrow and his loyal producer Fred Friendly, two of the guiding lights of the station's news output, decide to challenge the senator's authority. In a series of daring broadcasts, they openly criticize McCarthy and the terrifying powers at his disposal, causing massive ructions at the station.