Frost/Nixon - The Complete Interviews

Frost/Nixon - The Complete Interviews

Director:  Cast: David Frost

DVD

Product Details

Release Date: 04/28/2009
UPC: 0858423001810
Source: Liberation Ent
Region Code: 1
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 6:40:00

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David Frost Interviewer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Frost/Nixon: The Complete Interviews
   Watergate
   Nixon and the World
Disc #2 -- Frost/Nixon: The Complete Interviews
   War at Home and Abroad
   The Final Days
   The Last Roundup

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Frost/Nixon - The Complete Interviews 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
chaser16 More than 1 year ago
This dvd focuses many memories refreshed by last years Frost/Nixon movies. It may be more for the history buff since it encompasses all four programs and you have to wait a little while to get to the 'gotcha' moments, but watching the entirity of the program should leave you with two overriding thoughts. The first is that Nixon was a brilliant political thinker and strategist. Say what you want about the guy but he knew his stuff cold. His assessments about world leaders and affairs was right on. The second thing you should see is the price that the guy paid for his inadequacies is clearly written all over his face. He screwed up, he knew he screwed up and, at the time, he figured he was totally dead. Now as it turned out, the rest of his life was pretty substantive. His books were windows into the future of the world, his library and birthplace in Yorba Linda are testaments to his legacy and , even now almost 15 years after his death, his name evokes many emotions and feelings. Not bad for a legacy of shame, is it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These interviews are an incredibly eye opening and give tremendous insight into one of the most infamous American figures of all time. If you enjoyed Ron Howard's film, this is a definite must see. Each topic of the interviews is better than the next and the Watergate segment is fascinating. Watching David Frost go to work on Nixon keeps you so involved that its hard to stop watching, and there is over 28 hours of footage!