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  • Genres : Crime, Drama, Thriller
  • Languages : English
  • Year of production : 2009
  • Cinema release date : 30/11/-0001
  • Duration : 2h08'
  • Budget : $60,000,000
  • Incomes : $91,445,389

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  • Wednesday 30 November -0001
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  • Sunday 19 April 2009
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  • Tuesday 21 April 2009
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  • Wednesday 24 June 2009
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State of Play (2009)

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One night, a thief fleeing through Georgetown in Washington, DC is shot by a man carrying a briefcase. A pizza delivery man who witnesses the incident is also shot by the killer and is left in a coma. The following morning, a young woman is killed by a Metro train in an apparent suicide. Congressman Stephen Collins of Pennsylvania is distraught to hear the news, he claims because the woman was Sonia Baker , a lead researcher on his staff. Collins, who has military experience, is leading an investigation into PointCorp, a private defense contractor with controversial operations involving mercenaries. Collins tells his old friend Cal McAffrey , an investigative reporter, that he had been having an affair with Sonia and that she had sent him a cheerful video message on the morning of her death, which he says is inconsistent behavior for someone about to commit suicide.


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