"Slay the Dragon" is a 2019 American documentary film directed by Barak Goodman and Chris Durrance.
The starring cast includes Stephen Wolf as Self - Redistricting Expert, Rick Pluta as Self - Michigan Public Radio, Charles Williams II as Self - National Action Network, Curt Guyette, David Daley as Self - Author, Katie Fahey, Kevin Deegan-Krause as Self - Political Science Professor, Chris Jankowski, Margaret Dickson as Self - Former Democratic State Representative, Vann Newkirk and others.
Here are "Slay the Dragon" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Slay the Dragon movie?
Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing on Thursday, February 13, 2020 released the trailer for "Slay the Dragon" you can watch here:
Slay the Dragon - Official Trailer.
What is Slay the Dragon movie plot?
Here is a short review of "Slay the Dragon" movie plot summary.
It influences elections and sways outcomes-gerrymandering has become a hot-button political topic and symbol for everything broken about the American electoral process. But there are those on the front lines fighting to change the system.
Who plays who in the Slay the Dragon movie cast?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Slay the Dragon" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Stephen Wolf as Self - Redistricting Expert
Rick Pluta as Self - Michigan Public Radio
Charles Williams II as Self - National Action Network (as Rev. Charles Williams II)
Curt Guyette as Self - Journalist Metro Times
David Daley as Self - Author Ratf**ked
Katie Fahey as Self
Kevin Deegan-Krause as Self - Political Science Professor Wayne State
Chris Jankowski as Self - Republican Strategist
Margaret Dickson as Self - Former Democratic State Representative North Carolina
Vann Newkirk as Self - Journalist The Atlantic
Robert Draper as Self - Journalist
Rob Christensen as Self - Journalist Raleigh News & Observer
Ari Berman as Self - Journalist Mother Jones
Jeff Jackson as Self - Democratic Sate Senator North Carolina
Carter Wrenn as Self - Republican Strategist
Kathay Feng as Self - Executive Director California Common Cause
Justin Levitt as Self - Law Professor Loyola University
Joe Spaulding as Self - Field Director 'Voters Not Politicians'
Peter Earle as Self - Attorney
John Sylvester as Self - Radio Host Madison (as John 'Sly' Sylvester)
Barry Burden as Self - Professor University of Wisconsin
Dale Schultz as Self - Former Republican State Senator Wisconsin
Patrick Marley as Self - Journalist Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Fred Kessler as Self - Democratic State Representative Wisconsin
Chris Taylor as Self - Democratic State Representative Wisconsin
Bob Hall as Self - Journalist
Nick Stephanopoulos as Self - Law Professor University of Chicago
Mickey Michaux as Self - Democratic State Representative North Carolina
Gerry Herbert as Self - Senior Director Campaign Legal Center
Anita Earls as Self - NC Supreme Court Justice
Brad Schimel as Self - Republican Attorney General Wisconsin
Doug Poland as Self - Litigator
Ruth Greenwood as Self - Senior Legal Counsel Campaign Legal Center
Mark Lanterman as Self - Digital Forensics Specialist
Sachin Chheda as Self - Political Consultant
Jamie Lyons-Eddy as Self - State Field Director 'Voters Not Politicians'
Jeff Lancaster as Self - Chief Legal Counsel 'Voters Not Politicians'
Stu Sandler as Self - MI Republican Strategist
Robert LaBrant as Self - Redistricting Strategist
Jeremy Moss as Self - Democratic State Representative Michigan
Nancy Wang as Self - Board President 'Voters Not Politicans'
Paul M. Smith as Self - Attorney (as Paul Smith)
Antonin Scalia as Self - Supreme Court Justice (archive sound)
Anthony M. Kennedy as Self - Supreme Court Justice (archive sound)
John G. Roberts Jr. as Self - Supreme Court Justice (archive sound)
Sonia Sotomayor as Self - Supreme Court Justice (archive sound)
Ruth Bader Ginsburg as Self - Supreme Court Justice (archive sound)
Pete Williams as Self - NBC News Justice Correspondent (archive footage)
Michael J. Moore as Self - Former U.S. Attorney Middle District of Georgia (archive footage) (as Michael Moore)
Jessica Schneider as Self - Justice Correspondent (archive footage)
Stephen Markman as Self - Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court.
David Viviano as Self - Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court.
Elbridge Gerry as Self - 5th Vice President of the United States (archive footage)
Barack Obama as Self - President Elect (archive footage)
Heath Shuler as Self (archive footage)
Tim Skubick as Self - Host Off the Record (archive footage)
Scott Walker as Self (archive footage)
Paul Weyrich as Self - Republican Religious Activist (archive footage)
When is Slay the Dragon movie release date?
"Slay the Dragon" movie release date was scheduled to be on April 27, 2019 (Tribeca) and on April 3, 2020 (United States) distributing by Magnolia Pictures.
What are Slay the Dragon filming details?
The duration of the film is 101 minutes.
"Slay the Dragon" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.
What are critics and audiences saying about Slay the Dragon movie?
"Slay the Dragon" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.8/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 100/100.
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