PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime, Mystery
An American journalism student in London scoops a big story, and begins an affair with an aristocrat as the incident unfurls.
11 November 2006 | jemps918
7 | Allow yourself to be transported to a different, old school kind of storytelling
Allow yourself to be transported to a different, old school kind of storytelling. Scoop is classic Woody Allen. Allen&...
In the very beginning, a group of journalists are at a bar table discussing their friend (Ian McShane) and his accomplishments, very similar to the old comics at the delicatessen in Woody's 1984 comedy, Broadway Danny Rose, talking about the title ... ...
Don't mourn for Joe Strombel. Joe Strombel had a full life. A newspaper man in the best tradition. A great credit to the Fourth Estate. It didn't matter if the bombs of the war zone were falling, it didn't matter how high up the political scandal ...
In the end credit soundtrack section, the composer Edvard Grieg is misspelled as "Edvard Greig".
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