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Cliff Owen embodies Clinton in Lewinsky scandal

2019-11-20T02:22:39.340Z



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English actor Clive Owen, 55, embodies the role of the 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton, in the third season of the American series "American Crime Story", where this season follows the details of the "Lewinsky scandal" in which Clinton admitted that he conducted Sexual relationship with the young White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Clinton held the presidency of the United States for two terms: the first from 1993 to 1997, and the second until 2001, which at the beginning when he was 52 years of age famous sexual scandal, and under the pressure of investigations and interrogations admitted to establish a relationship with the young 22-year-old Monica Lewinsky, and because of this scandal He was questioned by Congress in 1998, after being accused of perjury and obstruction of justice.

The third season of the FX series is based on some chapters of the book "A Wide Conspiracy: The True Story of the Sex Scandal That Was Nearly Defeated by a Chief" by US attorney Jeffrey Tobin, and tells the scandal and investigations behind three women. They are pivotal in the investigation: Monica Lewinsky, Benny Feldstein, Linda Tripp, Sarah Paulson, Paula Jones and Annalie Ashford.

The people against or Jay Simpson
This season, named "Accusation," comes after two seasons that discussed two US crimes, the first entitled "People Against OJ Simpson" for the book "The Most Important Freedom in his Life: People Against OJ Simpson" by US attorney Jeffrey Tobin, who also discussed the annals of an accusation. Former US footballer OJ Simpson was murdered in 1994 by his wife and boyfriend, before being cleared of the charge after a year of widely publicized trials that highlighted racial divisions and the history of the Los Angeles police in dealing with African Americans.

The murder of Gianni Versace
The second season of the series is about the murder of fashion designer Gianni Versace, based on the book "Favors Trite: Andrew Conanan, Gianni Versace, and the biggest unsuccessful hunt in American history" by American journalist Maureen Orth.It was shown in January 2018 of nine episodes, He tells of the murder of the Italian designer by American killer Andrew Conanan in 1997, starring Edgar Ramirez, Darren Chris, pop singer Ricky Martin and Penelope Cruz.

The second season won the admiration of critics and viewers, and exceeded what achieved the first season of admiration, as he was nominated for nine awards and won three more, and is expected to achieve a third success near.

It appears from the chronological sequence of crimes he discusses in his three seasons - the first crime in 1994, the second in 1997, and the third in 1998 - the series takes a critical approach to American society in the last decade of the last century, through the nature of the crimes and the conduct of police and judicial investigations, and media pressure Al-Shaabi was in cases where heroes were celebrities, stars of society and even the President of the United States himself.

Will it complete its course in the coming seasons with issues that have occurred in the same chronological order? The public's response to this question will surely be answered after the third season is scheduled for October 2020. Production and photography will begin in the spring of next year to realize the show in the autumn season.

It is worth mentioning that this season of the series is the second work contracted by the English actor Clive Owen this year, after the series Lizis Story, based on a novel by the horror writer Stephen King, which is expected to be produced and shown for Apple TV.

Source: aljazeera

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