ABSOLUTE POWER (Clint Eastwood, 1997)

I have not read David Baldacci’s first novel, upon which William Goldman based his script, but while watching Clint Eastwood’s spare, moody, often mesmerizing Absolute Power I wondered whether the reference made in the title is as ambiguous with the book as it is with the film. The expression comes from the Victorian historian Lord […]

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