Catalogue: TV - Non Fiction

CLINTON AND THE CLINTONS

Clinton and the Clintons   

Synopsis

It started in Little Rock, Arkansas, and ended at the White House – and not just once, but potentially twice! 

This is the story of a fatherless child who rose from difficult and humble origins to become the 42nd President of the United States.  It is the story of a man whose sex appeal knew no bounds and who was impeached for having oral sex with a woman young enough to be his daughter.  But it is also now increasingly the story of a long-suffering and ambitious wife who transformed her life to become a US senator before emerging as the leading Democratic Party presidential candidate – and potential President herself. 

Drawing upon extensive material, this remarkable and original portrait of Bill and Hillary Clinton builds into an evocative psychological portrait of two remarkable people who have overcome extraordinary obstacles to achieve extraordinary things.  It examines both their political and personal achievements and looks at the balance sheet of their professional and private lives.


Genre: Non-Fiction

Sub Genre: Political, True Story, News & Current Affairs, Documentary

Year of Production: 2008

Running Time: 1 x 50-minutes