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The Final Year
NAME OF FILM: THE FINAL YEAR
DIRECTOR(S): Greg Barker
STARRING: Ben Rhodes, Samantha Power, John Kerry
GENRE: Documentary Film
SYNOPSIS: Greg Barker gives an unprecedented look at the shaping of US foreign policy by following key members of outgoing US President Barack Obama’s administration.
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