True Story 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

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True Story 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

True Story

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Rupert Goold
Produced by
  • Dede Gardner
  • Anthony Katagas
  • Jeremy Kleiner
Screenplay by
  • David Kajganich
  • Rupert Goold
Based on True Story 
by Michael Finkel
  • Jonah Hill
  • James Franco
Music by Marco Beltrami
Cinematography Masanobu Takayanagi
Edited by Nicolas De Toth
  • Plan B Entertainment
  • Regency Enterprises
Distributed by Fox Searchlight Pictures
Release dates
  • April 17, 2015 (2015-04-17)
Running time
99 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $5.1 million

True Story 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

True Story is a 2015 American mystery thriller film directed by Rupert Goold and written by Goold and David Kajganich. Based on the memoir of the same name by Michael Finkel, the film stars Jonah Hill and James Franco. Other actors include Felicity Jones, Gretchen Mol, Betty Gilpin, and John Sharian.

Franco plays Christian Longo, a man on the FBI’s most wanted list for murdering his wife and three children in Oregon. He hid in Mexico under the identity of Michael Finkel, a journalist, played by Hill.[1] The film premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and was released theatrically on April 17, 2015 in the United States. The film explores the relationship that develops between the two men after the journalist Finkel begins to meet with Longo in prison.


True Story 2015

Uninspired and self-conscious performances from Jonah Hill and James Franco are part of what’s wrong with this exasperating and unenlightening film: it’s a dramatically unfocused, sluggishly paced real-life story, based on the curious, self-serving testimony of disgraced New York Times journalist Michael Finkel. Finkel (played by Hill) is shown getting fired for inventing parts of a story about the modern slave trade in Africa. The scandal makes him pretty well unemployable. Then he finds that a mass killer called Christian Longo (Franco) had taken his name and identity while on the run in Mexico, where he was finally arrested. Intrigued – and clearly seeing a career-resurrection, although that obvious reality is downplayed in this solemn drama – Finkel visits Longo while in prison, and develops a relationship with him. The significance of Longo using Finkel’s name is overplayed, the supposed bond between the two men is dramatically inert and the idea that Finkel has reached some kind of redemptive self-knowledge in realising how he has been manipulated is unconvincing. Rupert Goold, the brilliant stage director who did great work on the BBC’s Hollow Crown Shakespeare miniseries, is not well served by this material.

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