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—Variety. "You will find yourself drawn into FARRAGUT NORTH, Beau Willimon's supremely entertaining dissection of the machinations behind getting elected. Farragut North is a play written by Beau Willimon, loosely based on former Governor "West Coast Premiere Of Beau Willimon's New Play Farragut North Opens At The Geffen Playhouse" (PDF). Geffen Playhouse. Retrieved 27 October . Beau Willimon is currently executive producer and show-runner of Netflix's original His play FARRAGUT NORTH, became the basis for the motion picture .

Duffy apologizes for using Meyers and advises him to quit politics before he becomes a cynic like Duffy. Having been told that Meyers had threatened to take down the campaign, Molly fatally overdoses on pills in a hotel room.

Meyers steals her phone. Unbeknownst to the Morris campaign, he meets with Thompson to set the conditions for his endorsement and his delegates.

Meyers confronts Morris and gives him an ultimatum: Either give him Zara's job and offer Thompson his post, or Meyers will go to the press with Molly's purported suicide note and expose the affair. Morris relents, giving up what is left of his personal integrity, meets Meyers' demands.

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Zara is amicable when he chats with Meyers at Molly's funeral. Thompson endorses Morris, making him the de facto Democratic nominee. Promoted to senior campaign manager, Meyers is on the way to a remote TV interview with John King when Ida Horowicz ambushes him and says her next story will be about how Meyers delivered Thompson and his delegates and got his promotion, he reacts by having security bar Horowicz from entering the auditorium. Meyers takes his seat for the interview, just as Morris finishes a speech about how integrity and dignity matter.

King asks Meyers for insight as to how the events surrounding the primary unfolded. Ryan Gosling as Stephen Meyers, Morris's junior campaign manager. Max Minghella as Ben Harpen, a member of Morris's campaign staff.

Howard Dean Howard Brush Dean III is an American physician and retired politician who served as Governor of Vermont from to and Chair of the Democratic National Committee from to and works as a political consultant and commentator. Dean was a candidate for the Democratic nomination in the presidential election , his implementation of the fifty-state strategy as head of the DNC is credited with the Democratic victories in the and elections. In the election, Dean was the top fundraiser and front runner, prior to the Iowa caucus, for the Democratic Party presidential nomination.

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Although his presidential campaign was unsuccessful, Dean pioneered Internet-based fundraising and grassroots organizing, centered on mass appeal to small donors, more cost efficient than the more expensive contacting of fewer potential larger donors, promotes active participatory democracy among the general public. He used these methods when founding Democracy for America , a progressive political action committee, in Before entering politics, Dean earned his medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Dean was elected to the Vermont House of Representatives as a Democrat in and was elected lieutenant governor in Both were part-time positions.

In , Dean became governor of Vermont. Dean was subsequently elected to five two-year terms, serving from to , making him the second longest-serving governor in Vermont history, after Thomas Chittenden. Dean served as chairman of the National Governors Association from to Dean oversaw the expansion of the " Dr.


Dynasaur " program, which ensures universal health care for children and pregnant women in the state, he is a noted staunch supporter of universal health care. Dean called on Democrats to oppose the Bush administration.

Dean showed fundraising ability, was a pioneer of political fundraising via the Internet.

Dean formed the organization Democracy for America and was elected chairman of the Democratic National Committee in February As chairman of the party, Dean created and employed the 50 State Strategy that attempted to make Democrats competitive in conservative states dismissed in the past as "solid red"; the success of the strategy became apparent after the midterm elections , where Democrats took back the House and picked up seats in the Senate from Republican states such as Missouri and Montana.

In the presidential election , Barack Obama used the 50 state strategy as the backbone of his candidacy. Dean was named chairman emeritus of the DNC upon his retirement, he was mentioned as a possible candidate for Secretary of Health and Human Services and Surgeon General under the Obama administration. Since retiring from the DNC chairman position, Dean has held neither elected office nor an official position in the Democratic Party and, as of , was working for global law firm Dentons as part of the firm's public policy and regulation practice.

In , Dean expressed interest in running for the presidency in , but published an op-ed in December in which he outlined why he would support former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should she decide to run for president, which she did in April Dean endorsed Clinton over her competitor Senator Bernie Sanders in spite of the fact that Sanders represented the state of Vermont, where Dean had been governor.

Howard's father worked at the stock brokerage firm of Dean Witter ; the family was quite wealthy and belonged to the exclusive Maidstone Golf Club in East Hampton. It was very hand-to-mouth. The whole time, I kept writing plays, but no one wanted to do them. Based on that experience I wrote the play Farragut North.

At first, I sent it out and no one wanted to do it. But later I got an agent who sent it out again, and we got a good response from commercial theater producers, so my agent sent it to LA as a writing sample to try to get me some meetings. So, then things went from zero-to-sixty instantly.

I mean, it was two years working on that play and six years toiling, but once names like Clooney and Dicaprio are involved doors open up instantly. I had never even been to LA. So, we made of Ides of March and it did well. I watched that and I was drawn to the great delicious story-telling in this cult classic. I spoke to David on the phone and we had a lot of the same instincts in general and about this particular project and I got a taste of his vast mind.

I did not want to pass up an opportunity to work with him. Can you talk about that decision? Well, I write very visually.

I see the world visually. And to me, a movie or a play should work on mute. You should be able to turn off the sound and still know the basic story and what the characters are responding to. I see a script as a blueprint for behavior.

I still paint.

I still pursue my passion for visual arts. I was painting and drawing before I could read and write.

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But, when I look back on work I did in college, I see that I was trying to cram all this narrative into my paintings. In writing, you can tell stories in real time, in real space, in 3D. Writing liberated something for me and it changed my work as a visual artist.

What was the process of working on a Netflix original? How do you think it differs from working on a traditional television project?An angry and desperate Meyers offers his services to Duffy, who says he met with Meyers only to influence his opponent's operation, under the likelihood that Meyers either would come to work for him or would be fired for taking the meeting.

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You might think that the story is the script, but the script is only one component of the story. Without wishing to spoil anything, the ending to Farragut North feels like a simple ending which ultimately resolves the story that is being told and where the big picture will survive; again, for what the play is going for, this is fine, as it adds to the play's moral that this is simply the harsh reality of political campaigns.

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