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Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House
Year: 2017
Genre: Biography / Drama / History / Thriller
Rating: (6.4)
Country: USA
Runtime: 103 min.
Director: Peter Landesman
Studio: Cara Films
Cast: Liam Neeson / Diane Lane / Marton Csokas / Tony Goldwyn / Ike Barinholtz / Josh Lucas / Wendi McLendon-Covey / Kate Walsh / Brian d'Arcy James / Maika Monroe / Michael C. Hall / Tom Sizemore / Julian Morris / Bruce Greenwood / Noah Wyle
1972. Following the death of fifty year FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover who the last three Presidents had considered firing, FBI outsider L. Patrick Gray is appointed Acting Director. Associate Director Mark Felt, a dedicated, loyal and meticulous employee of the Bureau for thirty years, and his wife Audrey, feel he being passed over for the job is a major snub, they who have sacrificed their own personal lives for the Bureau. Part of that sacrifice is not being able to devote time in locating the Felts' daughter, Joan Felt, who they have not heard from in a year, they only assuming that she going off their radar being on her own volition in her anti-establishment ideals. Felt not getting the job is arguably due to he being such an integral figure in the controversial Hoover tenure. One of the first cases for the Bureau in Gray's tenure is a break-in at and bugging of the Democratic National Committee offices, the case unofficially called Watergate for the complex in which the break-in ...
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