I read the book years ago, and of course knew the broad outlines of the Watergate story. This was a good dramatisation of it.
Or rather, of part of it. Because its ending is weird and disappointing. Just when things are really starting to ramp up, it seems, and political dominoes are going to fall, we get a teleprinter like you used to get at the end of Grandstand on a Saturday, when you were waiting for Doctor Who.
And it prints out a summary of who was convicted and what sentences they got.
And that's it. We're done.
A very deflating ending, I felt.
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