Valerie Plame, in an interview at Cannes talked a little bit about "Fair Game" (excerpt):
Q: I know your were at Cannes, with both Countdown To Zero and Fair Game. How was it having two films, the latter of which makes even further public a very difficult part of your personal life.
A: I have to say I had an inner smile watching both at Cannes, because in Fair Game there's a scene, which was true, where I was called nothing more than a glorified secretary, in the hopes of making it all a mountain-out-of-a-molehill type of thing, and in Countdown To Zero I get to speak about my expertise and how I was more than a secretary, and very much involved and engaged in operations. What a once-in-a-lifetime experience — the odds that I would have two films at Cannes in the same year could not be calculated by the physicists at Los Alamos, but I was there and found the people-watching to be extraordinary. It was the first time that Joe (Wilson) and I had seen it projected on the big screen. I think Naomi (Watts) and Sean (Penn) give brilliant performances. It's kind of hard for us to (see) it personally, but I can look at Sean and see how he captured Joe, and Joe can look at Naomi and see how he captured me. It's interesting in that way.
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