On Monday night I attended a screening of the upcoming film Frost/Nixon, a fictionalized, behind-the-scenes account of David Frost’s infamous 1977 series of interviews with Richard Nixon.
Produced and released during the waning months of George W. Bush's second term, the film version of Frost/Nixon will be enjoyed by some as a wish-fulfillment fantasy. For those who would like to ...
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In "Frost/Nixon," the veteran director smoothly demonstrates the value of that attitude, taking a silk purse of a project, making it even silkier and producing perhaps the best work of his career in ...
Nixon famously let down his guard, a moment depicted in in "Frost/Nixon," the new Ron Howard-directed film starring Frank Langella as Nixon and Michael Sheen as Frost. "I'm saying when the ...
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that wasn't a film script. He considered bungee jumping and mountain climbing, he said not long ago from his home in London. But he chose something even riskier. He wrote a play about the landmark ...
Prior to coming to Broadway, Frost/Nixon enjoyed a transfer engagement in London's West End following a sold-out run at the Donmar Warehouse. Langella and Sheen, who reprise their roles here ...
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where he is accepting the Lifetime Achievement Award in Directing at the SCAD Savannah Film Festival. While there, he taught ...
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