New Line Cinema released Wag The Dog on January 9, 1988. Barry Levinson directed the film which starred Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro, and Anne Heche.
‘Wag The Dog’ Movie Summary
Better known as Conrad Brean, Mr. Fix it arrives at the White House Washington to enhance the public good side of the current President who has recently fallen in hot water concerning sexual misconduct allegations all in the lead up to re-election in eleven days.
Fabricating a war to take the public off the scent is constructed by Conrad enlisting the help of Show-business producer Stanley Motts. Albania becomes the country in the spotlight. A suitcase bomb, terrorism on the border of Canada are ideas that come forth to distract the voters from the arresting truth.Read the full summary
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