Jessica Chastain in a scene from "Miss Sloane."
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There's never a hair out of place in "Miss Sloane".Now fighting for the underdogs, an increasingly obsessed Elizabeth uses everything at her disposal to try to ensure that the background check bill passes, testing the loyalty and limits of those around her – including the firm's boss, played by Mark Strong, and an ambitious protege in Gugu Mbatha-Raw – with her sliding morality and deep distrust of others.The only person who manages to get close to Elizabeth is an inquisitive male escort with a heart of gold (Jake Lacy) who gets her to say that she chose to forgo a simpler life with kids and family and whatnot for her job."Miss Sloane" has the misfortune of coming out in this political moment."Miss Sloane" is screening in Beirut-area theaters.
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