Page One was written and directed by the husband-and-wife team of Andrew Rossi and Kate Novack.
It is a portrait of a particular period of extraordinary challenges.
It is trying to trivialize online writing. A hard job, beg I say.
We have been here in internet since from the beginning. Free information and free news is not our illusion, sure, we used it also from the beginning.
We were here before newspapers, and we will be after.
There were claims: one view comes through the film, from both inside and outside the offices of the New York Times, is that the paper is too important to be allowed to deteriorate.
Perhaps you came away with the belief that, whatever else happens in the world of journalism, at least this great institution is built on principles that are likely to last and possibly to defy the prevailing odds against a revival of financial success.
But its not just a happy end.