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Live from Baghdad is a television movie produced in 2002 by HBO. It was directed by Mick Jackson and written by Robert Wiener (based on the book of the same title by Wiener). The movie was released during the prelude stage of the Iraq War. Michael Keaton stars as CNN on-location producer Robert Wiener in Baghdad, Iraq during the Persian Gulf War in 1991. The movie focuses on the news media's (primarily CNN's) coverage of the war. Fundamentally an action–drama, the characters grapple with the ethics and implications of 24-hour journalism in the days leading up to and during the United States-led bombing of Baghdad. The movie received some criticism for its inclusion of the journalists' attempt to investigate claims that infants were being removed from their incubators in Kuwaiti hospitals under control of Iraqi forces. The scene in the movie suggests doctors were trying to hide something, but it was later determined that the allegations were untrue. A disclaimer was added to later...
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