The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996)

The Supreme Court

Alan (Edward Norton) presents the case of free speech and libelous speech to the justices of the Supreme Court.

Directed by Milos Forman.

Released in 1996 by Sony.

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  • character-type: Judge
  • character-type: Lawyer
  • action: Lecture
  • action: Listen
  • editors-choice: Patriotic Scenes
  • editors-choice: Monologues
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Social Issue Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Courtroom Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Biography
  • secondary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Period Pieces
  • secondary-genre: 20th Century Period Pieces
  • mood: Inspiring
  • mood: Brainy
  • setting: Courtroom
  • theme: Values
  • theme: Wisdom
  • theme: Patriotism
  • theme: Individualism
  • theme: Justice
  • theme: Communication
  • actor: James Smith
  • actor: James Cromwell
  • actor: Rand Hopkins
  • actor: Charles M. Crump
  • actor: Richard Paul
  • actor: Woody Harrelson
  • actor: Jim Grimshaw
  • actor: Edward Norton
  • director: Milos Forman
  • producer: Janet Yang
  • producer: George Linardos
  • producer: Oliver Stone
  • cinematographer: Philippe Rousselot
  • editor: Christopher Tellefsen
  • costume-designer: Arianne Phillips
  • production-designer: Patrizia von Brandenstein
  • role-name: Chief Justice William Rehnquist
  • role-name: Larry Flynt
  • role-name: Justice Thurgood Marshall
  • role-name: Justice Stevens
  • role-name: Charles Keating
  • role-name: Justice Scalia
  • role-name: Alan Isaacman
  • role-name: Reverend Jerry Falwell
  • screenwriter: Larry Karaszewski
  • screenwriter: Scott Alexander
  • year: 1996
  • studio: Sony