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Game Change   (2012)
Director: Jay Roach
HBO Films // 10 March 2012 (U.S.)

Writing Credits      
Danny Strong (screenplay)   
Mark Halperin, John Heilemann (book)

Executive Producer
Gary Goetzman, Tom Hanks
Jay Roach, Steven Shareshian, Danny Strong

Producers
Amy Sayres, Miura Smith
Jennifer Perini, Kirk Sauduski
Carrye Gilliland Glazar

Starring Julianne Moore, Woody Harrelson, Ed Harris, Peter MacNicol, Jamey Sheridan, Sarah Paulson, Ron Livingston

Associate Producer Michelle Graham
Cinematography by Jim Denault
Film Editing by Lucia Zucchetti
Casting By Richard Hicks, David Rubin
Production Design Michael Corenblith
Set Decoration Tiffany A. Zappulla
Costume Design by Daniel Orlandi

Music Composed by Theodore Shapiro
Orchestrator Pete Anthony, Randy Kerber
Recorded and Mixed by Chris Fogel
Digital Score Recordist Bryan Carrigan
Score Recordist Tom Hardisty
Recorded at Warner Bros. Eastwood Scoring Stage
Orchestra Contractor Sandy DeCrescent, Peter Rotter
Score Preparation Mark Graham, Victor Pesavento
Music Librarian Joe Zimmerman
Music Editor Thomas S. Drescher
Music Supervisor Deva Anderson, Eveyn Klean

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Synopsis
Summer, 2008: John McCain secures the nomination, but polls behind Barack Obama. Strategist Steve Schmidt suggests a game changer: picking a conservative female with media savvy, unknown Alaska governor Sarah Palin, as vice president. She's an immediate hit and a quick study - the gap closes. Then, Tina Fey's impersonation, a raft of criticism, and missing her family send Palin into a near-catatonic state: she doesn't prepare for her Katie Couric interview and bombs. Schmidt searches for an answer: don't expect her to learn the issues, but give her a script. Palin does well in the debate with Biden; she finds her voice, goes off script, and goes rogue. A mistake?

     

  



 

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