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"Michael Clayton is one of those guys law firms have around to sort out problems on the edge of legality - he's a fixer who's been denied true financial recognition during the 17 years he's wrangled away in the background wringing the dirt away from the wrongdoings of wealthy clients. Only this time it's one of their own that's gone off the rails - the legal equivalent of a rampaging bull - top corporate lawyer Arthur has had a Paulian conversion and turned against the business fat cats that have pumped out his fees defending a massive class action by dirt poor farmers. The film starts with a voice over dirge of madness that makes you want to leave the theatre - don't; the film unfolds with very few clues as to where its heading - and will take you on an enfolding discovery of how callous business is and how expendable life becomes when corporate sustainability starts to unravel."

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