All the President's Men (1976)

In this classic political thriller the Watergate scandal is told from the viewpoints of the journalists (Hoffman and Redford).
Focusing on the first seven months of the Watergate scandal, All the President’s Men tells the story from the viewpoint of the journalists from The Washington Post who broke the story. Made when these events were still raw, the film provides a view of modern history that suggests the paranoid skeptics were right all along – and is widely considered to be one of the great American political thrillers.
1976 USA
Directed by
Alan J. Pakula
Produced by
Walter Coblenz
Written by
William Goldman, Alvin Sargent, Carl Bernstein, Nora Ephron
Dustin Hoffman, Robert Redford, Jack Warden
Running time
138 minutes