Absolute Power

Absolute Power (1997)

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Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Clint Eastwood ("Million Dollar Baby", "Space Cowboys") directs and stars as a career criminal who witnesses the murder of the U.S. President's mistress by the Secret Service. Escaping with a piece of evidence, he teams up with a young Washington lawyer to reveal the scandal. Also starring Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Gene Hackman ("Runaway Jury", "Behind Enemy Lines"), Academy Award and Emmy-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Ed Harris ("A History of Violence", "A Beautiful Mind") and Academy Award-nominee and Emmy and Golden Globe-winners Judy Davis ("Deconstructing Harry", "Celebrity") and Scott Glenn ("Training Day", "Vertical Limit"), Golden Globe-nominee Dennis Haysbert (TV's "24" Jarhead"), Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee E.G. Marshall (TV's "Miss Evers' Boys", "Nixon") and Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee and Emmy-winner Laura Linney ("Kinsey", "Mystic River").

Synopsis

Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Clint Eastwood ("Million Dollar Baby", "Space Cowboys") directs and stars as a career criminal who witnesses the murder of the U.S. President's mistress by the Secret Service. Escaping with a piece of evidence, he teams up with a young Washington lawyer to reveal the scandal. Also starring Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Gene Hackman ("Runaway Jury", "Behind Enemy Lines"), Academy Award and Emmy-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Ed Harris ("A History of Violence", "A Beautiful Mind") and Academy Award-nominee and Emmy and Golden Globe-winners Judy Davis ("Deconstructing Harry", "Celebrity") and Scott Glenn ("Training Day", "Vertical Limit"), Golden Globe-nominee Dennis Haysbert (TV's "24" Jarhead"), Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee E.G. Marshall (TV's "Miss Evers' Boys", "Nixon") and Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee and Emmy-winner Laura Linney ("Kinsey", "Mystic River").