Opinion – By Julia Suryakusuma in Jakarta
When you are a journalist, you know that following your journalistic instincts sometimes means big trouble.
That’s why a slew of films have been made on this topic, including: The Killing Fields (1984) a drama about the civil war in Cambodia; The China Syndrome (1979), an American thriller about the dangers of nuclear power; and Veronica Guerin, a 2003 biographical Irish film about the drug trade in Dublin.
These three films were all based on true stories. Read more »