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  • Year of production : 2012

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The Company You Keep (2012)

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A recently widowed single father, Jim Grant , is a former Weather Underground militant wanted for a bank robbery and for the murder of a security guard in the 1970s. He has been in hiding from the FBI for over thirty years, becoming an Albany, New York attorney. He becomes a fugitive when Sharon Solarz , another former Weather Underground member, is arrested and inadvertently exposes his identity, and must abandon his young daughter, Isabel .

An ambitious young reporter, Ben Shepard , is hot on Grant's tail, as is the FBI, and a college professor can identify the former radicals in hiding. Ben's ex-girlfriend, Diana is one of the FBI agents. Grant works desperately to prove his innocence and to rebuild a relationship with his daughter, now 11 years old. Only one person can clear his name: his old lover, Mimi Lurie . He must find her and persuade her to help him before the FBI track him down. Meanwhile, Ben pursues his story until he uncovers a surprise: Jim and Mimi have a grown-up daughter, Rebecca . Because of the timing of Rebecca's birth, Ben realizes that Jim could not have committed the robbery.

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