“Witness for the Prosecution”: Obamacare Withers Under Cross-Examination

Billy Wilder’s classic film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s courtroom stage drama, Witness for the Prosecution, is most remembered for the justice denied the powerful performances of the ensemble cast for Oscars earned but lost, the sporting sparring of the barristers  in London’s Old Bailey, and most of all the ending.  The triple plot twist ending is such a shocker the first time around, the film advised moviegoers to avoid spoiling it for those  yet to see the film.

But one important piece of evidence extracted by Charles Laughton’s masterful 1957 cross-examination of this prosecution witness will not remain a mystery for long.

Don Johnson at businessword presents some spoilers of his own about the  predictably unhappy ending of  the Democrats’ shoddily  scripted and directed Obamacare melodrama.

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One response to ““Witness for the Prosecution”: Obamacare Withers Under Cross-Examination

  1. Hmm! I paid for my hearing aides. And I wear them sometimes.

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