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Being a history buff myself, I found the movie to be rivoting and historically accurate. That's one of the nice things about getting old (or shall I say older). I was 24 when the actual interviews took place. For today's generation, Watergate is a term that's used to encompass everything from bribery to extortion, to obstuction of justice; or something taught in history class. My generation was lucky enough (or unlucky depending on your view), to experience it first hand.
The interviews that took place between David Frost, (now "Sir" David Frost) and former President Nixon were historical. It was the first and last time Nixon had talked candidly about the incident, culminating with an admission of wrong doing in the end.
I found this 1 1/2 hour video on Google Video, of the actual interview, (the Watergate part) narrated by David Frost himself. (Isn't the internet great?)
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