Mary Poppins Returns
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La cinta es un brillante tour de force donde, a pesar de no haber un gramo de acción, la tensión se respira en cada escena; y es que el argumento, inspirado en la entrevista de David Frost a Richard Nixon es tan estresante como la vida misma.
It was a cultural landmark and remains a relevant and vital piece of history.
David Frost's interview of Richard Nixon is one of the most important interviews ever conducted due to the fact that Frost and Nixon engaged in a battle that would make Nixon admit to his wrongdoings while in office over Watergate. The conversation is enthralling and engaging. Little by little, you see Richard Nixon come out of his shell, and become more uncomfortable when the subject diverts to Watergate. But before that, Frost interview the former President on a variety of subjects. Everything presented here is truly compelling, and is a must watch for those interested in the history of what happened. Near the end of the interview, you see Richard Nixon broken down and defeated as he admits to his abuse of power while in office and how he comes to regret what he has done. This is not meant to take Nixon into Pity as it is clear that he was a crook, and a liar, and a deceiver of the worst kind. This was designed to give the American people an apology, something that Nixon hadn't previously done. For history purposes, this is quite the experience to watch. The interview is famous and it would be the basis for the film Frost/Nixon, which was how they worked on making this interview. The result is impressive and it is a worthwhile viewing, but is mostly for those interested in the subject. If you're curious, give it a watch, it's worth it and it's quite the subject when you see Nixon break down and become a shell of his former self.
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