The clip second-part from Frost Nixon (2008) with Michael Sheen, Frank Langella. Powered by: Anyclip. any m...
The clip second-part from Frost Nixon (2008) with Michael Sheen, Frank Langella. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Set. And roll.
We're coming back on camera three in four, three, two and...
Reading the account of those extraordinary final days,
it seems your most emotional moment came
in that heart-to-heart you had with Henry Kissinger.
Was that perhaps the most emotional moment of your career?
Good, good. Yes.
I would say it was about as emotional a moment as I've ever had.
Except, well, you know, it's hard to say
what is the most emotional moment,
because each is different.
I remember the day Eisenhower died.
For God's sake.
And the day I walked my eldest daughter Tricia down the aisle.
And the day during the impeachment hearings
when Julie, that's my youngest, she came into my office,
she threw her arms around me, she kissed me. She cried, you know?
And she so seldom cries.
She said, "Daddy, you're the finest man I know. "
"Daddy, you're the finest man I know"?
"And whatever you do, I will support you.
"You just gotta go through the fire, you know, a little longer. "
This is beautiful.
So Kissinger and I were in the Lincoln Sitting Room,