Watergate

It's a near definitive portrait of the granddaddy of 20th-century political scandals, in all its nitty, gritty, dirty-tricks-and-Tricky-Dicks glory.

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Watergate

Watergate tells, for the first time, the entire story of the Watergate scandal, from the first troubling signs in Richard Nixon’s presidency to Nixon’s resignation and beyond. Surprisingly, despite many excellent books and documentaries, the story of the Watergate scandal has never before been told in a truly comprehensive way. But crucially, the film also situates Watergate in the context of all the issues it raised – many of which, of course, now resonate powerfully with current events.
Genre
Documentary, Politics, History
Runtime
260
Language
English
Director
Charles Ferguson
Writer(s)
Charles Ferguson
FEATURED REVIEW
Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter

Bearing a subtitle that quite baldly states its contemporary relevance and agenda, 'Watergate — Or, How We Learned to Stop an Out-of-Control President' across 261 minutes takes a microscopic look at the scandal that, 44 years ago, led to the only presidential resignation in American history. Those ...

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