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Apr 29 2016

TCM Film Festival Day 1: This Fest is on Fire!

Anne Marie here,reporting what's hot at the Turner Classic Movies Film Festival.

Opening night of TCM Film Festival was on fire--or at least we thought it was.Halfway through the first film,the fire alarm in the Chinese Theater multiplex went off,sending cinephiles scurrying for the exits.Fortunately,it seems to have been a false alarm.After a few minutes of patient waiting,fans were allowed to retake their seats so the movies could resume.

Fire alarms aside,TCM rolled out the red carpet for a brand new restoration for the 40th Anniversary ofAll the President's Men,courtesy of Warner Bros.Classics.Four decades after Woodward and Bernstein originally exposed the Watergate Scandal,the movie feels more prescient than ever,especially considering TCM host Ben Mankiewicz'srecent revelationthat his father Frank Mankiewicz was on Nixon's enemies list.Ben Mankiewicz and Alec Baldwin introduced the movie and the special guest of the night: Pulitzer prize winning journalist Carl Bernstein.

Carl Bernstein looks surprisingly relaxed for a man who (with his partner Bob Woodward) singlehandedly shook American politics to its core.Time and distance has given Bernstein - and the audience watching the film - time to reflect,and even grow nostalgic.Bernstein revealed that his favorite scene ofAll the President's Menis a partnership scene: Woodward and Bernstein in the Library of Congress.

What's your favorite scene inAll The President's Men?

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That's a tough question,the movie is just one great scene after another.

The scenes in the newsroom are so full of detail and Redford's meetings with Deep Throat full of spooky dread but I think my favorite would have to be the porch scene with Jane Alexander when they get her to confirm the names they suspect without her really realizing she's doing it.Such great subtle interplay between the three actors.

April 29,2016 | Unregistered Commenterjoel6

The scene where Ben Bradlee tells Woodward and Bernstein in what is at stake and to not fuck it up.

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