Watchdog: Watchdog’s new report finds ‘wonder’ film is “wonderful”
WASHINGTON — Watchdog officials say they are confident in their analysis of a new film that chronicles the life of American President Donald Trump, but they said they had not been able to verify its authenticity.
“We’re confident in our findings,” the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
The Washington Post’s report said the film, “Wonderland,” is the first time a documentary about a fictional president has been produced.
It was directed by Peter Gleick, a Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic who also produced films about Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
According to the Post, the film’s “documentary” is based on the memoirs of former President Richard Nixon, who died in 1974.
The report said that Gleick had a “significant” hand in the film because he was the producer.
The Post also said Gleick and his wife, Michelle, had worked together on two previous films, “Glow in the Dark” and “The President’s Last Days.”
Gleick, the Post said, had also produced documentaries about President George W, Obama, former President Bill Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden.
The film is set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York on Saturday.