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Bravo 2, a television channel originally known as Player focusing on gambling.
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And so, director Altman gives us "The Player", a film about a screen writing executive (well played by Tim Robbins) who listens to story ideas, and makes decisions about what you and I see, and don't see, at the local multiplex.
It's actually a weak premise, because in reality the business of screen writing is fairly bland, and the conflict, which exists mostly in people's heads, is fairly tame.
The best approach to "The Player" is to absorb the Tinseltown setting, and watch the characters as they maneuver for selfish advantage.
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