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Body of Lies

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2008
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128 min
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Body of Lies, On Demand Movie, Drama

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Plot: Leonardo Di Caprio and Academy Award winner Russell Crowe star indirector Ridley Scott's adaptation of the best-selling post-9/11espionage thriller.When idealistic CIA agent Roger Ferris (Di Caprio --The Departed, Blood Diamond) is stationed in Jordan after being woundedin Iraq, he dedicates his life to stopping further attacks by Al Qaeda.Following a plan that the British employed successfully against theNazis, Ferris plants the suspicion among the terrorists that theirleaders are collaborating with the Americans. But as the stakes rise andFerris finds himself in the crosshairs, the plot he starts spirals intoan outcome he could never have foreseen.
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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