MSNBC Film: The Way I See It

I just got done watching one of the best presidential documentaries I have ever seen in my life. MSNBC Films, and Focus Features, produced The Way I See It from director Dawn Porter. The film offers an unprecedented look behind the scenes at two of the most iconic presidents in American History, Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan, as seen through the eyes of renowned White House photographer, Pete Souza. Here is the official trailer:

I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this film. It was super well done, super timely, and stirred my heart. It was refreshing, maybe even therapeutic, to remember brighter days when a real leader and a trustworthy administration occupied the White House. We broke the 8 million case mark this week for COVID-19. The Donald is telling anyone who will listen that 85% of people who wear masks get infected with this coronavirus. The GOP-lead Senate is getting ready to put an unqualified religious conservative. Roe v. Wade is in real mortal danger, as our LGBTQ rights, and voting rights, and the rule of law.

Watch this film. Then vote. Then maybe watch it again. 🙂

4 thoughts on “MSNBC Film: The Way I See It”

  1. I watched this on the night it debuted and I love the no commercials. Great stuff and well done.

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