Shattered Glass

May 20, 2017 - Comment

Hayden Christensen stars as Stephen Glass, a staff writer for the respected current events and policy magainze The New Republic and a freelance feature writer for Rolling Stone, Harper’s Bazaar and George. By the mid-90s, Glass’ articles had turned him into one of the most sought-after journalists in Washington, but a bizarre chain of events

Hayden Christensen stars as Stephen Glass, a staff writer for the respected current events and policy magainze The New Republic and a freelance feature writer for Rolling Stone, Harper’s Bazaar and George. By the mid-90s, Glass’ articles had turned him into one of the most sought-after journalists in Washington, but a bizarre chain of events suddenly stopped his career in its tracks.

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Hee Chul Kwon says:

WELL MADE GOOD MOVIE WITH HAYDEN CRISTENSEN(YOUNG SKYWALKER FROM STAR WARS) AND PETER SARSGAARD For me, this movie was a kind of gift.I bought this DVD like 4 months ago and burried from one of the blurays and dvds for some time and finally saw the sun last night.The main actor was Hayden Christensen who also acted the main roll from the movie as Anakin Skywalker. At that time I developed that he has this problem with talking. Some kind of breathing while talking. He still has from this movie but very minimum this time. Plus he totally changed his…

prisrob says:

He Came Undone What a fine mess, we have here. This is a re-visit to this film, first seen over fourteen years ago. The National Review, a fine upstanding magazine whose journalsts give us some of the best writing. But, for a time things fell apart, and it is all due to one young man.Stephen Glass, played magnificently by the Hayden Christensen, seemed to be the young up and comer. Terrific stories, almost everyone at the magazine wished they had written these pieces. The problem was, Stephen…

Nora Hague says:

Can’t beat it with a Glass stick “Shattered Glass” is the story of Stephen Glass, a reporter for the cerebral and highly respected New Republic magazine, who, during his tenure at TNR during the early 90’s, made a huge splash as the youngest journalist on staff, and the one with the “sexiest” stories. The problem was that Glass was not a journalist performing amazing journalistic feats. He was a journalist writing fiction–which is a nice way of saying he was a bottom-class liar. Glass…

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