“War is not inevitable,” disputes the government worker Katharine Gun (Keira Knightley), watching in disbelief as Tony Blair spins a yarn about the inescapability of invading Iraq on national television.
“In time of war, it’s typical, sometimes even useful, to demonize your enemy … Caricatures and jokes, not always in the best of taste, rise to the forefront because it’s our way of relieving aggression.”
Who wouldn't take their calls? That is the ultimate measure of one's power in Hollywood. Or at least that's the way The Hollywood Reporter put it when the Tinsel Town trade mag put former President Barack