Truth

Truth

(2015)

Truth streaming: where to watch online?

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Where does Truth rank today?

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Streaming charts last updated: 1:18:36 AM, 04/13/2024

Truth is 14191 on the JustWatch Daily Streaming Charts today. The movie has moved up the charts by 9945 places since yesterday. In the United States, it is currently more popular than The Trials of Ted Haggard but less popular than Fanfic.

Synopsis

As a renowned producer and close associate of Dan Rather, Mary Mapes believes she’s broken the biggest story of the 2004 election: revelations of a sitting U.S. President’s military service. But when allegations come pouring in, sources change their stories, document authenticity is questioned, and the casualties begin to mount.

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Streaming Charts

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Rating

IMDB 6.8 (21k)

Genres

Drama, Mystery & Thriller, History

Runtime

2h 5min

Age rating

R

Production country

United Kingdom, United States

Director

James Vanderbilt

Cast

Cate Blanchett
Mary Mapes
Robert Redford
Dan Rather
Dennis Quaid
Lt. Colonel Roger Charles
Elisabeth Moss
Lucy Scott
Bruce Greenwood
Andrew Heyward
Stacy Keach
Lt. Colonel Bill Burkett
John Benjamin Hickey
Mark Wrolstad
Topher Grace
Mike Smith
Dermot Mulroney
Lawrence Lanpher
David Lyons
Josh Howard
Rachael Blake
Betsy West
Andrew McFarlane
Dick Hibey
Natalie Saleeba
Mary Murphy
Noni Hazlehurst
Nicki Burkett
Connor Burke
Robert Mapes
Felix Williamson
Mike Missal
Helmut Bakaitis
Dick Thornburgh
Lewis Fitz-Gerald
Louis Boccardi
Philip Quast
Ben Barnes
Zahra Newman
Dana Roberson
Elizabeth Nabben
CNN Reporter
Matt Ruscic
Burly Security Guard
Steve Bastoni
Gil Schwartz
Gael Ballantyne
Receptionist
Jo Turner
Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt
Tim McCunn
Scott Johnson
Patrick St. Esprit
Brig. Gen. Buck Staudt
Chris Mulkey
Maurice Udell
Louis Herthum
Bill Hollowell
Rose Riley
Josh Howard's Assistant
Christopher Stollery
Reporter Jim Moore
Tom O'Sullivan
Newscaster
Martin Sacks
Robert Strong
Nicholas Hope
Marcel Matley
Adam Saunders
Tom - Editor
Aaron Glenane
Fox News Reporter
Brandon McClelland
Lawyer
Nancy Denis
Woman in Bakery
Eliza Logan
Emily Will
Valerie Bader
Mrs. Hodges
Gareth Hamilton-Foster
CBS Employee
Wassim Hawat
Fox News
Marcus Johnson
Atlanta Anchor
Elena Bello
Reporter Channel 6 (uncredited)
Ben Brighton
CBS Office Intern (uncredited)
George W. Bush
Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Fred Chen
Airport Passenger (uncredited)
Rakesh Dasgupta
Reporter (uncredited)
Mike DeCambra
Reporter (uncredited)
William Devane
Gen. Hodges (voice) (uncredited)
Lee Anne Ford
Military Wife (uncredited)
Andrew Fritz
Reporter (uncredited)
Diana Gyllén
CBS Employee (uncredited)
Alison Headrick
Office Intern (uncredited)
Martin Jacobs
(uncredited)
John-Paul Jory
Reporter (uncredited)
Hiroshi Kasuga
Traveller at Texas Airport (uncredited)
John Kerry
Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
So Mang Lee
Business Man (uncredited)
Rosemarie Marino
CBS Employee (uncredited)
Bilal Masood
College Student (uncredited)
Marilyn Mattor
Widow's Daughter (uncredited)
John McCabe
NYC Pedestrian (uncredited)
Katie McConnell
Journalist (uncredited)
Filip Mitrovic
Fox News Crew (uncredited)
Chris Polzot
Passenger (uncredited)
Carma Sharon
CBS Employee (uncredited)
Rob Sheens
CBS Dallas Journalist (uncredited)
Matt Sigloch
Senior Non-Commisioned Officer (uncredited)
Ezekiel Simat
CBS Employee (uncredited)
Suzie Steen
Reporter (uncredited)
George Stephanopoulos
Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Melissa Thompson
CBS Receptionist (uncredited)
Craig Walker
CNN TV Crew Member (uncredited)
Bernard Woodcock
Mike Smith's Lawyer (uncredited)