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Traveling Man
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    Meet Ben Cluett (John Lithgow). Once he was the top salesman in the territory, now he's in a slump. To snap him out of it, Ben's boss teams him with eager rookie Billy Fox (Jonathan Silverman), and a routine sales trip soon turns into an outrageous journey full of unplanned detours (a frat house Mardi Gras beer blast) and rougher than usual roads (Billy is after Ben's job). It's not all downhill, though. Ben meets Joanna Reath (Margaret Colin), a beautiful stranger who shows him that it's...

    Recount
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      Oscar® winner Kevin Spacey leads an all-star cast in Recount, a revealing, timely and entertaining HBO Film from executive producers including Oscar® winner Sydney Pollack.

      Hysterical Blindness
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        Uma Thurman and Juliette Lewis, two of today's most sensational actresses, tackle what it was to be single in the 80's in a new movie with a terrific 80's soundtrack. It's 1987 in Bayonne, New Jersey. The bars are full and smoky and Debby (Thurman) and Beth (Lewis) are out looking for a good time. Debby is searching for the kind of love they sing about in songs, the kind that lasts forever. What she can't see is that most guys are only looking for a love that lasts one night. From Mira Nair,...

        Recruiter, The
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          Uncle Sam wants you – and so does Sgt. First Class Clay Usie, one of the most successful recruiters in U.S. Army history. With the military facing its toughest period of enlistment due to mounting dangers in Iraq, The Recruiter from HBO Documentary Films(r) takes viewers to a Louisiana coastal community, where we witness firsthand Sgt. Usie’s intense struggle to enlist new soldiers. Among the young people on whom the charismatic recruiter sets his sights are four teenagers with...

          Silencing the Song: An Afghan Fallen Star
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            HBO Documentary Films presents Silencing the Song: An Afghan Fallen Star, a follow up to the Sundance Award-winning Afghan Star, which premiered on HBO in March 2010. Afghan Star followed the stories of four contestants on Afghanistan’s hugely popular reality-TV singing competition, including one named Setara, who caused an uproar by dancing on stage, and worse, letting her head scarf fall to reveal her hair. In this 35-minute companion documentary, director Havana Marking returns to...

            Warning: This Drug May Kill You
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              An unflinching look at the devastating effects of addiction through the stories of four families whose lives have been decimated by addictions that all began with legitimate prescriptions to dangerous painkillers.

              The Words That Built America
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                HBO presents a 4th of July special starring our country's founding documents – The Declaration of Independence, The United States Constitution and The Bill of Rights – as read by celebrities, lawmakers and children, and directed by acclaimed filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi.

                Truman
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                  Gary Sinise is "Give 'em Hell" Harry, a simple man of the people who became one of America's greatest presidents. Through victory in the second World War and the beginning of the Cold War, through the birth of the United Nations and his decision to drop the first atomic bomb, Harry Truman lived by the premise that "the buck stops here."