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The Hunting of the President (2004)

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Original title: Hunting of the President, The


Release Date
 USA: Jun 18, 2004

Official Website:
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Running Time
1 hour, 30 minutes

Country USA

Studio Diceburg LLC

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• The Hunting of the President (2004)



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Genre: Documentary, Political

Tagline: The ten-year campaign to destroy Bill Clinton.

Plot: Adapted from the book of the same title, this documentary uses dramatic narration (via actor Morgan Freeman), ominous music, and humorous stock footage to develop tension, drama, and outrage in telling the story of the shady conservative republican conspiracy that tried for ten long years to discredit Bill and Hillary Clinton. Trumped up charges concerning Whitewater, along with scandals involving Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, and Monica Lewinsky are just the beginning. The rabid hysteria-mongering of Ken Starr and his unquestionably partisan independent council wasted millions of tax dollars in an ultimately fruitless attempt to impeach President Clinton for their own personal and political reasons. Like similar examinations of America's ills, BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE and SUPERSIZE ME, this trenchant documentary pulls no punches in its examination of greed, media manipulation, self-serving politics, and witch-hunting. Though writer-director team Harry Thomason and Nickolas Perry certainly exhibit their own liberal bias here, there is no denying the credibility of their talking heads, who include Susan McDougal (imprisoned for two years when she refused to lie about Clinton's involvement in Whitewater) and former right-wing conservative journalist David Brock. Last but not least,

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 Directed by
Nickolas Perry
Speedway Junky
Harry Thomason
Encounter with the Unknown, The Designing Women Reunion
 Written by
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Morgan Freeman
The Shawshank Redemption, Se7en, Batman Begins
Bill Clinton
The Big One, The Laramie Project, Naqoyqatsi
Paul Begala
The War Room, Comedy Central's Last Laugh '04
David Brock
Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism, The Power of Nightmares: The Rise of the Politics of Fear
James Carville
The People vs. Larry Flynt, The War Room, One Nice Thing
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 Music By
Bruce Miller
The Last Dragon, Ski Patrol, In Pursuit



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