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Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House


The Watergate scandal is likely one of the largest political incidents of the twentieth century, which started with a break-in on the Democratic National Committee on the Watergate complicated in Washington DC. Mark Felt was the deputy director of the FBI on the time of the incident (1972); his 30 years of FBI expertise knowledgeable him that one thing significantly incorrect was happening with the next investigation. His personal boss was ordering them to stop its personal case, and when it turned clear that there was a spy amongst them, Mark (later nicknamed ‘Deep Throat’) started to secretly leak info to varied media sources and, with the assistance of journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, finally managed to uncover the reality behind the housebreaking. Everyone is aware of the result of this surprising investigation, and that it was all a part of President Richard Nixon’s re-election marketing campaign, to wiretap telephones and rob high secret paperwork, started a brand new wave of political distrust amongst all the nation.

‘Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House’ is a biographical drama primarily based on the 2006 autobiography of the identical title co-written by Felt and John D. O’Connor. The movie has been directed and written by Peter Landesman (‘Concussion’, ‘Kill the Messenger’ and ‘Parkland’), and it’s set to be launched in US film theatres on September twenty ninth 2017.

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