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|Written by||Jonathan Perera|
|Edited by||Alexander Berner|
|Box office||$9.1 million|
Miss Sloane is a 2016
The film had its world premiere on November 11, 2016, at the
Elizabeth Sloane (
Three months and one week earlier, Sloane's firm is approached by gun manufacturing representative Bill Sanford (
At Peterson Wyatt, Sloane selects Esme Manucharian (
The narrative returns to the congressional hearing. Senator Sperling produces a form requesting approval of overseas travel for a senator. It was filed by a non-profit organization but completed in Sloane's handwriting, indicating she illegally played a role in arranging the travel. Sloane also swears under oath that she has never practiced illegal wiretapping.
In her final statement at the hearing, Sloane admits she anticipated the opposition might attack her personally if Peterson Wyatt made too much progress with the Heaton-Harris bill. She reveals that she had someone (Jane Molloy) secretly working for her the entire time, and that she had indeed used wiretapping, to record Senator Sperling accepting bribes from Cole Kravitz & Waterman boss George Dupont (
Ten months later, Sloane is visited by her lawyer in prison, and it is revealed the Heaton-Harris bill passed but at the cost of her career.
The film ends with Sloane being released from prison.