Frost/Nixon

Frost/Nixon
Frost/Nixon

Year

2008

Duration

116 minutes

Genres

Biopics, Drama, Period and Historical

Language

English

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Synopsis

The year was 1977 and disgraced US President, Richard Nixon was still reeling from the Watergate scandal when British TV presenter David Frost requested an interview. Frost/Nixon tells the story of that historic meeting and the fascinating personalities who made it happen. Brilliant performances from the chameleon-like Michael Sheen as Frost and the stately Frank Langella as Nixon prove that in the right hands, a conversation between two men can be just as thrilling as any high-speed car chase or CGI explosion.

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Contains strong language

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