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Flick Clique event tonight: THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN AMERICA

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City Weekly's Flick Clique movie-lovers club returns from its holiday/Sundance hiatus to offer another chance for stimulating cinematic conversation. And it all happens tonight. ---

At the Main Library auditorium at 7 p.m., City Weekly Flick Clique and the Salt Lake City Film Center present the Oscar-nominated documentary feature The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers. The film deals with the fallout after Pentagon analyst Ellsberg decides to smuggle classified documents about U.S. involvement in Vietnam to the press and the American people.

After the screening, join yours truly as moderator of a Q&A with guests Mike Chandler (co-editor and co-writer of The Most Dangerous Man in America) and former Salt Lake City mayor and human rights activist Rocky Anderson. You'll be more informed, and more ready for your Oscar pool.