Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House

Synopsis: The story of Mark Felt, who under the name "Deep Throat" helped journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein uncover the Watergate scandal in 1972.
Director(s): Peter Landesman
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.4
Metacritic:
49
PG-13
Year:
2017
103 min
178 Views


JOHN DEAN:
Thirty years.

That's a lot of information, a lot of files.

Thank you, Mr. Felt.

Thank you, gentlemen. Mr. Dean.

- (LAUGHING)

- Choke on your Manhattan.

ED MILLER:
Have a little something.

- AUDREY:
Hello, darling.

- MARK:
Hey, sweetie.

I give you the chief dragon slayer

and guardian of the American dream.

Oh, come on, Mark. Crack a smile, at least!

Eddie, let me go.

Eddie, leave her alone.

She's the best. Come here, you.

- PAT MILLER:
Did you hear that?

- I need a drink.

- I am the best.

- I heard that.

- PAT:
Hi, hon.

- MARK:
Hi, sweetie.

- Look what I've done.

- Look what you're doing.

What were you doing?

(PAT LAUGHING)

(INDISTINCT CHATTER)

Yes, sir.

(TANGO MUSlC PLAYING)

PAT:
Keep the hips down.

Look at your feet.

Come on, attitude.

Eddie, they're elegant!

(PAT LAUGHING)

(SALSA MUSlC PLAYING)

- MARK:
Good morning.

- Good morning.

- Is the director in?

- Not yet.

Here's that Weather Underground file.

- How many bombings now?

- Couple dozen.

Precise numbers, Mr. Miller.

Twenty-nine.

Nails and ball bearings.

These kids aren't messing around.

They're embarrassing the FBI.

Get the New York office.

He's dead.

Who?

Mr. Hoover's dead.

His housekeeper found him on the floor.

He wasn't breathing.

It looks like a stroke.

Put everything into motion.

No mistakes, gentlemen. Not one.

Good morning, Felt.

The assistant Attorney General.

Pat Gray.

Complicated morning for all of us.

Indeed. Mr. Miller, here, will be

handling the funeral arrangements.

I have the Attorney General's

instructions on seating and protocol.

The funeral will be handled by the FBI.

The Attorney General

will sit beside the vice president.

Handled by the FBI in its own way, Mr. Gray.

I also have instructions

on Mr. Hoover's files.

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Mark Felt

William Mark Felt Sr. (August 17, 1913 – December 18, 2008) was a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) special agent and the Bureau's Associate Director, the FBI's second-highest-ranking post, from May 1972 until his retirement from the FBI in June 1973. During his time as Associate Director, Felt served as an anonymous informant, nicknamed "Deep Throat," to reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of The Washington Post. He provided them with critical information about the Watergate scandal, a scandal which ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon in 1974. Though Felt's identity as Deep Throat was strongly suspected by some in Washington, including Nixon himself, and was speculated by many others, it generally remained a secret for the next 30 years. In 2005, Felt finally acknowledged that he was Deep Throat, after being persuaded by his daughter to reveal his identity.Felt worked in several FBI field offices prior to his promotion to the Bureau's headquarters in Washington, D.C. In 1980, Felt was convicted of having violated the civil rights of people thought to be associated with members of the Weather Underground, by ordering FBI agents to break into their homes and search the premises as part of an attempt to prevent bombings. He was ordered to pay a fine, but was pardoned by President Ronald Reagan during his appeal. Felt published two memoirs: The FBI Pyramid in 1979 (updated in 2006), and A G-Man's Life, written with John O'Connor, in 2006. In 2012, the FBI released Felt's personnel file at the agency, covering the period from 1941 to 1978. It also released files pertaining to an extortion threat made against Felt in 1956. more…

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