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Miss Sloane is a political thriller film scripted by Jonathan Perera and directed by John Madden. The film is produced by Ben Browning, Ariel Zeitoun and Kris Thykier. The movie stars Mark Strong, Jessica Chastain, Michael Stuhlbarg, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Alison Pill, John Lithgow, Jake Lacy and Sam Waterston. Max Richter composed the music and the cinematography is by Sebastian Blenkov.
Elizabeth Sloane is a popular lobbyist in Washington. She is ready to do anything for the welfare of her clients. Sloane was asked to protest against a bill that deals with the firearms’ regulation. Instead of opposing it, which she had been asked, Sloane joins a firm that backs the law. By doing this, she earns a lot of new enemies. She had been threatened and had been forced to save the people, whom she cares much. What happens next? Did she solve the issues and wins over the enemies? Watch it in theaters!
Jessica Chastain has played the titular role neatly and has done justice to the role. Michael Stuhlbarg, John Lithgow, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mark Strong have also played their roles quite impressively.
The screenplay is ingenious in the beginning. However, many scenes are not dealt in depth. Sloane’s role is furious at times and sometimes it seems to be crestfallen. This film brings to light that some of the business entities project women empowerment just to spread out their deals. However, the lead role didn’t bend to it and proved its power.
What’s Not There?
With Jessica’s role as a strong lobbyist, the film travels in a different path. Sloane, the woman, who survives without any strong support from the men, might be a motivation to the women.
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