John from Donegal, 16 Aug 2009
In 1974 Richard Nixon resigned as President of the USA after the Watergate scandal. David Frost managed to interview him.
An excellent film which is much bigger then the interview it is about. Michael Sheen is brilliant as Frost, showing his desperation and innocence, and and it was impossible not to think of Langella as Nixon. One of the few films that really deserved all the hype surrounding it.
great political drama
Padraig from Dublin, 09 Oct 2009
This certainly beat my expectations. I was primarily interested from a historical perspective as I didn't know a whole lot about Nixon and had never heard of these interviews. The film-making stands out though. Superb effort, very engaging. If you have even a passing interest in world events then you should find this very enjoyable.
Really Gripping Flick!
Dean & Steffi from Meath, 16 Oct 2009
For a movie based around an interview, I was wondering if this would be pants! But it's actually a very intense drama full of tension and great acting. Makes you want to find out more about that part of America's history, it's that inspiring. I'll never view Throughn The Keyhole in quite the same way! Great film!
Klair from Dublin, 12 Jun 2009
This was an excellent movie, I thought at times that it was actually Richard Nixon playing himself. It also made me at times feel sorry for Nixon and gave me the impression that he genuinely believed he was doing the right thing. So it certainly turned my opinion on Nixon..for a short while at least....
Lets hear it for Nixon
Seymour from Longford, 22 Aug 2009
The premise, the most likable man meets the least likable man. Nixon is so well played that I was left questioning which was which, and would rather have spent an evening with Nixon then Frost. It’s a very good film that fails only because Nixon is so well done.