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I was very disappointed. I thought there would be more enlightening and insightful revelations about the Nixon presidency. Instead this turns out to be a compilation of retreaded footage we have seen over the past 40 years from News clips, documentaries and the like.
Instead of highlighting some of the accomplishments of the late president they had to inject every single speech that was negative or vulgar. Since there isn't much to choose from, the film elongates itself by interspersing irrelevant footage that doesn't say much. Of course, the film makers have to focus primarily on the Watergate scandal which is one of the most inane and unnecessary gaffes the cabinet could have ever committed, and one in which will taint his legacy forever.
There's nothing new here that we don't already know.
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