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Frost/Nixon (2008)

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Biography, Drama, History |

Frost/Nixon is a historical drama film based on the 2006 play of the same name by Peter Morgan, who also adapted the screenplay. The film tells the story behind the Frost/Nixon interviews of 1977. The film was directed by Ron Howard. A co-production of the United States, the United Kingdom and France, the film was produced for Universal Pictures by Howard, Brian Grazer of Imagine Entertainment, and Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner of Working Title Films, and received five Oscar 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. It was released in the United States on December 5, 2008, and in the United Kingdom on January 23, 2009.

After the Watergate scandal of 1972 and his subsequent resignation in 1974, 400 million people worldwide watched Nixon leave the White House. Among them is British journalist David Frost, currently recording a talk show in Australia, who decides to interview Nixon.

Nixon’s literary agent, Irving Lazar, believes the interview would be an opportunity for Nixon to salvage his reputation, and to make some money. Lazar demands $500,000, and ultimately gets $600,000 and Frost accepts.

After persuading his friend and producer John Birt that the interviews would be a success, Frost travels with Birt to California to meet with Nixon. On the plane to California, Frost flirts with a young woman called Caroline Cushing, and they begin a relationship.

Director: Ron Howard

Writers: Peter Morgan (based on the stage play & screenplay)

Stars: Frank Langella, Michael Sheen, Sam Rockwell, Kevin Bacon, Matthew Macfadyen, Oliver Platt, Rebecca Hall

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Frank LangellaRichard Nixon
Michael SheenDavid Frost
Sam RockwellJames Reston, Jr.
Kevin BaconJack Brennan
Matthew MacfadyenJohn Birt
Oliver PlattBob Zelnick
Rebecca HallCaroline Cushing
Toby JonesSwifty Lazar
Andy MilderFrank Gannon
Kate Jennings GrantDiane Sawyer
Gabriel JarretKen Khachigian
Jim MeskimenRay Price
Patty McCormackPat Nixon
Geoffrey BlakeInterview Director
Clint HowardLloyd Davis
Rance HowardOllie
Gavin GrazerWhite House Director
Simon JamesFrost Show Director
Eloy CasadosManolo Sanchez
Jay WhiteNeil Diamond
Wil AlbertSammy Cahn (as Will Albert)
Keith MacKechnieMarv Minoff
Penny L. MooreLady with Dachshund (as Penny Moore)
Janneke WilliamsonFrost’s Female Assistant (as Janneke Arent)
David Ross PatersonBirt TV Show Presenter
Jennifer HanleyMakeup Woman
Robert PastorizaInterview Cameraman
Louie MejiaInterview Cameraman
Kevin P. KearnsFan at Airport (as Kevin Kearns)
David KelseySmith House Reporter
James RitzSmith House Reporter
Pete RockwellSmith House Reporter
Ned VaughnSecret Serviceman
Simone KessellAirport Check-In Woman
Ben PauleyAustralian Stage Manager
Noah CraftAustralian Stage Director
Talley SingerStewardess (as Taylor Singer)
Kaine Bennett CharlestonSydney Assistant Director
Gregory H. AlpertWhite House Cinematographer
Kimberly RobinMa Maison Girl
Michelle ManhartDisco Girl
Steve KehelaPremiere Reporter
Antony AckerPremiere Reporter (as Anthony H. Acker)
John KerryMan at Disco
Jenn GotzonTricia Nixon
Googy GressNetwork Executive
Marc McClureNetwork Executive
Joe SpanoNetwork Executive
Jason SuhrkePress Reporter (voice)
Mickie BanyasFina Sanchez
Jay BirdVietnam Protestor
Michael Patrick BreenHouston Ballroom Diner
Scott BrysonJohn Bryson
Shawn CardPhotographer
Marianne ChambersFrost’s Blonde
John ChancellorSelf (archive footage)
Rich CohenSecret Service Agent #2
Danielle CooperPlaymate
Alexandria CreeJulie Nixon
Walter CronkiteSelf (archive footage)
Eve CurtisSue Mengers
John DeanSelf (archive footage)
Sam ErvinSelf (archive footage)
Joe FedioSecret Service Agent
Gerald FordSelf (archive footage)
Maggie GrantAustralian Reporter
Alan GrayOrthodontist
Darbi GwynnPhoto Mistress w / Michael Sheen in airport scene
Christopher HaskellMan in Restaurant
Jimmy HeckBouncer
Kristina HughesWhite House Aide
Candy IbarraNightclub Entourage
Rachael JaneSocialite
Dave JohnsonNightclub Patron
Christopher JudeSmith House Press / Reporter
Adam KarstHuston Ballroom
Shaun R.L. KingVietnam Protestor
Ariel LazarusPlayboy Bunny
Paula LemesWoman in the Sofรก
Steve LongmuirCameraman
John LuderStaffer
Les MahoneyTV Reporter
Dasha MironovaModel
Victoria MonroeDisco Dancer
Roger MuddSelf (archive footage)
Andrew Jackson MurphyClub Goer
Susanna MusottoTennis Player
Eddie NapolilloSmith Crew
Robert PharesWhite House Aide
Bill PorterHouston Ball Room Attendee
Yvette RachellePlayboy Bunny
John RobertHeathrow Businessman
Howard J RosenSecret Service Agent
Andrea RussellNightclub Patron
James SeamanPassenger
Eric SevareidSelf (archive footage)
Evan SilvermanSmith Crew
Mark SimichHugh Hefner
Max Elliott SladeCamera Operator (Smith crew)
Cecelia SpechtAustralian Talk Show Script Girl

Sources: imdb & wikipedia

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