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The evening's main attraction is Queens resident Herb Stempel John Turturro , the reigning champion, who correctly answers question after question.
However, both the network and the program's corporate sponsor, the supplementary tonic Geritol , find that Stempel's approval ratings are beginning to level out, meaning that the show would benefit from new talent.
Realizing that they have found an ideal challenger for Stempel, they offer to ask the same questions during the show which Van Doren correctly answered during his audition.
He refuses, but when he comes within reach of a game-winning 21 points on the show, he is asked one of the questions from his audition.
After a moment of moral indecision, he gives the correct answer. Stempel deliberately misses an easy question and loses, having been promised a future in television if he does so.
In the weeks that follow, Van Doren's winning streak makes him a national celebrity, but he buckles under the pressure and allows Enright and Freedman to start giving him the answers.
Meanwhile, Stempel, having lost his prize money to an unscrupulous bookie , begins threatening legal action against NBC after weeks go by without his return to television.
Richard Goodwin Rob Morrow , a young Congressional lawyer, learns that the grand jury findings have been sealed and travels to New York City to investigate rumors of rigged quiz shows.
Visiting a number of contestants, including Stempel and Van Doren, he begins to suspect that Twenty-One is a fixed operation. However, Stempel's volatile personality damages his credibility, and nobody else seems willing to confirm that the show is fixed.
Fearing Goodwin will give up the investigation, Stempel confesses that he was fed the correct answers during his run on the show, and insists that Van Doren must have been involved as well.
Another former contestant gives Goodwin a set of answers that he mailed to himself two days before his quiz show appearance, which Goodwin takes to be corroborating evidence.
Van Doren deliberately loses, but NBC offers him a lucrative contract to appear as a special correspondent on the morning Today show.
The House Committee for Legislative Oversight convenes a hearing, at which Goodwin presents his evidence of the quiz show's corruption.
Subpoenaed by Goodwin, Van Doren testifies before the committee and admits his role in the deception.
After the hearing adjourns, he learns from reporters that he has been fired from Today and that Columbia's board of trustees is going to ask for his resignation.
Goodwin believes that he is on the verge of a victory against Geritol and NBC, but realizes that Enright and Freedman will not jeopardize their own futures in television by turning against their bosses.
He silently watches the producers' testimony, vindicating the sponsors and the network from any wrongdoing, and taking full responsibility for rigging the show.
When Robert Redford first saw Twenty-One in the late s, he was in his early 20s taking art and acting classes in New York City , the same city Rockefeller Center , the show's studio, was located.
The actor in me looked at the show and felt I was watching other actors. It was too much to believe, but at the same time, I never doubted the show.
I hadn't had evidence television could trick us. But the merchant mentality was already taking hold, and as we know now, there's little morality there.
There had already been a documentary on the scandal, the Julian Krainin -produced work for a installment of the PBS series The American Experience.
Goodwin ,  who also was one of the film's many producers. Because the story lacked a protagonist , Attanasio had to work with using a novel-based technique of "shifting points of view" while keeping a through line usual for films, which made writing the screenplay difficult.
Redford first read a rough draft after completing production of A River Runs Through It , "looking for something edgier, faster-paced, urban, where I could move the camera more.
Casting took place in New York in May Turturro, who himself had felt like an outsider, had an easy time getting into the character of a Jewish outcast like Stempel; however, he still altered himself to fit the character, gaining 25 pounds and training to mimic Stempel's high-pitched voice.
It had the cachet of Bob Redford and was incredibly well-written. Levinson was originally attached to the project as director, but because he had to film Bugsy , his position was replaced by Redford.
Fred Muggs, they had to use a chimp "unnerved by the lights and cameras" as no creatures trained for film production were available. And given his delivery style, in which he talks real fast, I thought it would make the character extremely menacing.
Although a majority of Quiz Show is accurate to the real-life events its based on,   it had enough artistic licenses to stir up controversy and criticism especially towards character changes by critics and real-life figures of the scandal.
The artistic licenses included telescoping three years of scandal into one,  changing the location of Van Doren's first meeting with Goodwin it was at NBC in real life , altering the start time of Goodwin's investigation in reality, it was after Van Doren's last game , and making Van Doren's choice of mis-answering a question his own instead of NBC's.
The film's magnifying of the role Twenty-One and its producer, Albert Freedman, had in the scandal was criticized by Jeff Kisslehoff, who wrote The Box: An Oral History of Television, , and the real-life Freedman; Kisslehoff reasoned that the cheating of contestants on s game shows was brought from the radio era where players were overly coached.
Williams Co. Some dramatic liberties involves simplifications, such as with the character of Charles Van Doren, who is a "shallow icon" devoid of the ambiguities his real-world counterpart had, Chicago Reader analyzed.
He agreed with many of the details. But he also said that he had a regular girlfriend his future wife at the time he was on Twenty-One , and that she was not present in the film depiction.
Van Doren also noted that he continued teaching, contrary to the film's epilogue which stated he never returned to doing so.
Quiz Show is a Faustian tale  about the loss of innocence both for its three main characters and the entire country ,  temptation with money,  moral ambiguity ,  positive guises hiding otherwise bad-faith actions,  the cult of celebrity ,  the negative side effects of fame,  the power and corruption of big business and mass media,   the consequences of over-competitiveness in business,  racial , ethnic , and class conflict ,    and the discord between education and entertainment.
Reviews from TV Guide and Newsweek noted that in the era of the film's release, scandals and culturally-unacceptable behaviors were more expected and less shocking to the American public than they were in the s, when the long-time myth of American innocence dominated the nation;   it was to the point where controversial figures were even rewarded, as Newsweek claimed: "Neck high in '90s cynicism, it's hard to believe the tremors these scandals provoked.
Today, Oliver North makes hash of the Constitution and it jump-starts his political career. What used to ruin your life gets you invited on "Oprah" and a fat book deal.
In the late 's the TV game show "Twenty-One" was rigged. Popular contestants who could grab ratings were fed the questions and answers, and those who the network wanted off were told to take dives, all for the sake of keeping ratings up and selling Geritol.
The movie focuses around two contestants in particular: Herbert Stempel John Turturro , the reigning champ at the start of the movie who the network decides it wants to dump in favour of someone more glamorous who can pull in higher ratings: Charles Van Doran Ralph Fiennes , a college literature professor.
Stempel feels cheated of the glory that he feels was his due, while Van Doran is tormented by his desire to tell the truth, but also to cover up his involvement in the scandal.
This is an interesting film that gives a fascinating look at the inside workings of the TV game show of that era. And it does paint a fascinating moral dilemma.
As Dan Enright David Paymer - Twenty-One's producer - says to the Congressional committee that investigates the scandal, this was after all just a TV show; by definition a piece of entertainment.
The sponsor sold its product, the network got ratings, the contestants made money and the public got entertained.
Where was the victim? And yet it WAS dishonest. It's a fascinating issue, this whole concept of a victimless crime.
And the ultimate irony was summed up by Dick Goodwin Rob Morrow , the head Congressional investigator: the Committee got Van Doran, but what he wanted was to get television.
In the end, as he says, television will probably end up getting them. All in all this was an interesting movie, although - strangely for a true story - I felt it lacked any sustained dramatic intensity.
Although the role wasn't really that central to the movie, McDonald had Barry down pat, and I felt as if it really were Jack Barry I was watching.
All in all, this is a very good movie. I wouldn't run out and buy it, but it's certainly worth a rental. No need to waste time endlessly browsing—here's the entire lineup of new movies and TV shows streaming on Netflix this month.
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