American politics tend to indirectly impact the entire world, which has spawned several media outlets dedicated to investigating each of the historical events that have marked the course of the United States history, thus often making history themselves. In many ways, this research work has been an enormous influence on public opinion and, of course, cinematography. In fact, the people’s fascination with political life in the U.S. has given audiences some of the most memorable performances in the film and television industry. Here, L’OFFICIEL rounds up some of the best projects that showcase the world of U.S. politics.

Considered the most devastating detective story of the century, All the President’s Men tells the story of the 1972 election, when Bob Woodward, a Washington Post reporter discovers what appears to be the break-in at the Democratic National Party headquarters, orchaestrated by the country’s commander-in-chief. Directed by Alan J. Pakula, the story is based on the book of the same name by Woodward and fellow journalist Carl Berstein.

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