2: Press Sec. Alex Jones (“Death of a President”)

2: Press Sec. Alex Jones (“Death of a President”)

In the second episode of Silver Screens & Politics, Brett Stewart and Dominic Cichocki delve into Gabriel Range’s 2006 film, ‘Death of a President.’ This highly controversial docudrama catalogs the hypothetical assassination of President  George W. Bush and its aftermath. Is it poor taste to make a film that explores the death of a sitting president? Is ‘Death of a President’ even convincing in that regard? Brett and Dominic explore all of that and much more in this new episode! Next week, join us for ‘The Wind and the Lion.’

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