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Movie Info & Cast


Inspired by a shocking true story, a tenacious attorney (Ruffalo) uncovers a dark secret that connects a growing number of unexplained deaths due to one of the world's largest corporations. In the process, he risks everything - his future, his family, and his own life - to expose the truth.


  • Mark Ruffalo
  • Anne Hathaway
  • Tim Robbins
  • Bill Pullman
  • Bill Camp
  • Victor Garber
  • Mare Winningham
  • William Jackson Harper
  • Louisa Krause
  • Kevin Crowley

Did You Know?


  • Second film Mark Ruffalo has appeared in dealing with the DuPont family. The first was Foxcatcher (2014).
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  • In the montage before 2015, a shot of a factory shows smoke going into the stack revealing a reversed shot.
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    • Robert Bilott: The system is rigged. The want us to believe that it'll protect us, but that's a lie. We protect us. We do. Nobody else. Not the companies, not the scientists, not the government. Us.
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Verified Review

A MUST SEE FOR EVERYONE!!! This is our country's legacy. They aren't the first or the last

Adam V
Verified Review

A must see true story...In a way, horrifying!

Marie B


Dec 20, 2019

Scenes involving Anne Hathaway in particular land with a painful thud. In an attempt to flesh out the “adoring, supporting wife” role, Haynes shoots himself in the foot, bringing much attention to an underdeveloped character, who, despite all the pseudo-feminist speeches, amounts to, yes, the “adoring, supporting wife.”

Metacritic review by Alex Saveliev
Alex Saveliev
Film Threat
Nov 13, 2019

Successfully restraining himself throughout from getting fancy or experimental, Haynes has intently devoted himself to the story and his actors, with strong, unshowy work that ideally serves the tale being told.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter
Nov 13, 2019

The subtle brilliance of its mise-en-scene, from 1980s Ohio boardrooms and rubber-chicken dinners to all-black wait staff and the casual discrimination against women, beds the story in the awful truth.

Fionnuala Halligan
Screen Daily