Michael Sheen delivers his third and final performance in the Tony Blair trilogy (following The Deal & The Queen) and it's an incredible performance. The film tells of the relationship between Blair and Bill Clinton from the moment Blair becomes PM and the moment Clinton's presidency ends. I found it engaging despite having the uneasy feeling that it was rushed. It runs at 88 minutes and I would have preferred to have seen a 2 or 3 hour version. Watching it I felt like a series of important events were strung together to tell the story but I would love to have seen more of the in between stuff. Dennis Quaid's performance seemed like a forced characterture but I guess a personality such as Clintons against a meek & mild gentlemanly character like Blair would seem that way in reality. Both performances were good but Sheen steels the show.. and it's much more a story about Blair anyway. Originally the film was to also feature Blair's relationship with George W but those scenes were dropped in order to focus on the one dynamic. My fingers are crossed for an extended director's cut.