The Special Relationship

  • 2010




59 %
86 % Fresh
$ 0 Million

The Special Relationship is a 2010 English-language Biography Drama motion picture written by Peter Morgan and directed by Richard Loncraine and produced by Ann Wingate, Frank Doelger and Tracey Scoffield under the banner of Rainmark Films for HBO and BBC Two. In 1992, Labour leader Tony Blair goes to America and is impressed by the policies of President Bill Clinton, which he uses to reshape his party. Two years later, he is invited back for an audience with Clinton, who, rightly, predicts that he will be Britain's next Prime Minister. Thus begins the 'special relationship' between the two, though Clinton is clearly the senior partner with Blair king his advice on Northern Ireland. The situation in Kosovo however reverses the roles as Blair forces American intervention by a reluctant president and is n in the American media as the hero of the hour. As Clinton accuses his ally of stabbing him in the back the special relationship starts to sour and, with Clinton ultimately out of the White House, Blair takes his first photo call with the next incumbent, George W. Bush. Written by don @ minifie-1. The special relationship stars Michael Sheen in the lead role along with an ensemble cast including Dennis Quaid, Hope Davis, Helen Mccrory, Demetri Goritsas, Adam Godley and Marc Rioufol. The music was composed by Alexandre Desplat. Cinematography was done by Barry Ackroyd and editing by Melanie Oliver. The movie has a running time of 93 minutes. It was released on 29th May 2010. The film made a box office gross of $0 million.

Release Date 29 MAY 2010
Run Time 1 HOUR 33 MINUTES
Language

English, French

Genre

Biography , Drama , History

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