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Chapter 11 

Following the collapse of Russo's campaign, Francis launches a risky ploy to join the Walker administration.

Director:

Carl Franklin

Writers:

Michael Dobbs (based on the novels by), Andrew Davies (based on the mini-series by) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Spacey ... Francis Underwood
Robin Wright ... Claire Underwood
Kate Mara ... Zoe Barnes
Corey Stoll ... Rep. Peter Russo
Michael Kelly ... Doug Stamper
Sakina Jaffrey ... Linda Vasquez
Kristen Connolly ... Christina Gallagher
Sebastian Arcelus ... Lucas Goodwin
Constance Zimmer ... Janine Skorsky
Michel Gill ... President Garrett Walker
Nathan Darrow ... Edward Meechum
Ben Daniels ... Adam Galloway
Dan Ziskie ... VP Jim Matthews
Chuck Cooper ... Barney Hull
Rachel Brosnahan ... Rachel Posner
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Following the collapse of Russo's campaign, Francis launches a risky ploy to join the Walker administration.

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Drama

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Release Date:

1 February 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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When Claire and Adam encounter the girl in the park, Claire frames a picture with a Canon 1D full frame camera and a 24-70mm zoom lens. The camera frame depicted seconds later shows a much more zoomed image (around 200mm) than that distance and lens could produce. Just before pressing the shutter, she completely zooms out with the lens, yet the framing remains exactly the same. See more »

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To the Nth Degree
27 January 2015 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Frank shuffles off a liability in the most vicious of ways. We hearken back to the opening scene of the series as the senator has no trouble putting a badly injured dog out of its misery. Frank has made a horrible bed but seems to be wallowing in it. Claire has gone away for a while and Frank is dealing with his anger. He now sees the disruptive influence of his chosen gubernatorial candidate and must compromise. He lies and says that he had really chosen a different path all along. The final scene is so gut wrenching, it would have made a perfectly satisfactory finale. But there are still two episodes left for the first season. His ambition defies humanity.


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