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Leif Jacobson almost 4 years ago
A relatively interesting true story with a great performance by Langella.
Jonathan Evans over 5 years ago
What great performances. I really want to watch the interview now.
Dylan Clites 6 years ago
Great reenactment, but it mostly made me want to go and watch the actual tapes.
Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
Luispah over 3 years ago
Jonathan Deng 4 years ago
Joris Brakkee 4 years ago
Christopher Leno over 4 years ago
Johanna France over 4 years ago
zorlack over 4 years ago
Darielle Rocca over 4 years ago
Tom o'brien almost 5 years ago
Karen Vermeulen almost 5 years ago
Sven Delarivière almost 5 years ago
Inês 5 years ago
Jeremy 5 years ago
João Santos over 5 years ago
Lizzie over 5 years ago
Ian Mckenna over 5 years ago
Frost/Nixon is a 2008 historical drama film based on the 2006 play by Peter Morgan which dramatizes the Frost/Nixon interviews of 1977. The film was directed by Ron Howard and produced for Universal Pictures by Howard, Brian Grazer of Imagine Entertainment and Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner of Working Title Films, and received five Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Director. The film reunites its original two stars from the West End and Broadway productions of the play - Michael Sheen as British television broadcaster David Frost and Frank Langella as former United States President Richard Nixon. A series of news reports document the role of Richard Nixon in the 1972 Watergate scandal, prior to his 1974 resignation speech. Meanwhile, David Frost has finished recording an episode of his talk show in Australia and watches on television as Nixon leaves the White House. A few weeks later in the London Weekend Television (LWT) central office, Frost...
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