5 Film Whistleblowers Who Almost Died For Telling The Truth

Monday, January 9 by Gregory Wakeman

 “The Informant.”

Matt Damon‘s uber-liar doesn’t necessarily come close to death in Steven Soderbergh’s drama-comedy, but he is such an idiot that he could feasibly kill himself in the shower. Damon goes undercover protecting himself only with a dodgy moustache and a brief case to expose a price-fixing scheme within a huge corporation, but becomes more concerned with hi-tech gadgets than catching the villains.


The Whistleblower.”

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<p>Rachel <span data-scayt_word=Weisz love’s blowing whistles more than most referees, doesn’t she? Another Weisz flick where she attempts to reveal a Bosnian human trafficking scandal is 2010‘s “The Whistleblower.” She constantly puts her job and life on the line in this criminally underrated thriller.

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