- Published: Universal City, CA : Summit Entertainment, 
- Year Published: 2011
- Description: 1 videodisc (108 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Language: English
- Format: DVD
- Watts, Naomi, 1968-
- Penn, Sean, 1960-
- Shepard, Sam, 1943-
- Emmerich, Noah.
- Kelly, Michael, 1969-
- McGill, Bruce, 1950-
- Andrews, David, 1952-
- Pohlad, William.
- Butterworth, Jez.
- Butterworth, John-Henry.
- Powell, John, 1963-
- Liman, Doug.
- Wilson, Joseph C. 1949-
- Wilson, Valerie Plame.
- Summit Entertainment.
- Participant Media.
- River Road Entertainment (Firm)
- Imagenation Abu Dhabi (Firm)
- Zucker Productions.
- Weed Road Pictures.
- Hypnotic (Firm)
- Wilson, Joseph C. -- 1949 -- Drama.
- Wilson, Valerie Plame -- Drama.
- Libby, Lewis -- Drama. -- Trials, litigation, etc.
- United States. -- Central Intelligence Agency -- Biography -- Drama. -- Officials and employees
- Women intelligence officers -- Biography -- Drama.
- Ambassadors' spouses -- Biography -- Drama.
- Leaks (Disclosure of information) -- Drama.
- Administrative responsibility -- Drama.
- Biographical films.
- Historical films.
- Feature films.
- Thrillers (Motion pictures)
- Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
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Based on the books The Politics of Truth by Joseph Wilson and Fair Game by Valerie Plame Wilson.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2010.
Special features: audio commentary with Valerie Plame Wilson and Joe Wilson.
Naomi Watts, Sean Penn, Sam Shepard, Noah Emmerich, Michael Kelly, Bruce McGill, David Andrews.
Based on the autobiography of undercover CIA operative Valerie Plame, whose covert identity was exposed when her husband, retired Ambassador Joe Wilson, wrote a newspaper article challenging the basis for the claim that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
DVD ; widescreen (2.39:1) presentation ; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround.
Contents: Politics of Truth. -- Fair game.
Watts and Penn both did an excellent job portraying their characters—I thought of them as Valerie and Joe rather than Naomi and Sean— motivations were clear, and neither over-acted.
Fair Game kept me interested, but still felt more like a movie designed to educate, something you would see on the History channel or in a school government class, rather than a movie you would watch for entertainment.
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