My Favorite Neoconservative

My Favorite Neoconservative is a feature documentary that portrays the surreal power circles of Washington, DC. The main character is the filmmaker's eccentric father, Edward Luttwak, a conservative strategist who makes a living as a political consultant and military strategist for various US administrations... The film offers a rare glimpse of intimate Washington politics through a unique father-daughter relationship. Raised in a house overrun by her father's associates, many of whom still reside in a one-square mile of the Chevy Chase suburb, Yael Luttwak watched Paul Wolfowitz, Michael Ledeen and Richard Perle walk the halls of her childhood home. With unique access the film reveals the personalities behind the headlines and tells a father-daughter story with a sardonic political twist.
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Year:
2011
Length:
80 minutes
Country:
Director:
Yael Luttwak

Shown at

  1. 25th Washington Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  2. Boston Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  3. San Francisco Jewish Film Festival - 2014

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