They were two of the most powerful leaders of the free world who forged a loyal, if tempestuous, friendship out of the crucible of political necessity. Michael Sheen and Dennis Quaid star in the HBO Films drama that chronicles the 'special relationship' shared by British prime minister Tony Blair and U.S. president Bill Clinton in the 1990s. Their wives Hillary Clinton and Cherie Blair (Hope Davis and Helen McCrory) complete a unique foursome connected by shared ideologies and personal affection as they endure triumph, conflict and scandal along the way. Directed by Emmy(R) winner Richard Loncraine ('Band of Brothers'); written by Oscar(R) nominee Peter Morgan ('Frost/Nixon,' 'The Queen').
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