It was released in the United States on December 23, 2008 and in the United Kingdom on January 23, 2009.
After the Watergate scandal of 1972 and his subsequent resignation in 1974, 400 million people worldwide watched Nixon leave the White House.
Lazar demands $500,000, and ultimately gets $600,000 and Frost accepts.
After persuading his friend and producer John Birt that the interviews would be a success, Frost and Birt travel to California to meet with Nixon. networks, and decides to finance the project with private money and syndicate the broadcast of the interviews.
And it’s hard to imagine Frank Langella, who plays a Brezhnev-looking Nixon, giving a bad performance.