An American Affair
|An American Affair|
Promotional film poster
|Directed by||William Olsson|
|Produced by||Kevin Leydon|
|Written by||Alex Metcalf|
|Music by||Dustin O'Halloran|
|Edited by||Scott Chestnut|
|Distributed by||Screen Media Films|
|Box office||$28,044 (domestic)|
An American Affair is a 2009 American independent period comedy-drama film starring Gretchen Mol, James Rebhorn, Noah Wyle, Perrey Reeves, Mark Pellegrino, and Cameron Bright, which was released theatrically by Screen Media Films on February 27, 2009.
Set in 1963, in the swirl of glamour and intrigue that turned President John F. Kennedy's Washington into Camelot, a young teenager, Adam Stafford (Cameron Bright) has an inside view of JFK’s torrid affair with his neighbor Catherine (Gretchen Mol) and secret CIA assassination plans. The assassination plan was influenced by a Cuban national in which America was having a revolutionary threat from Fidel Castro. Catherine kept a diary which entries were about the secrets of the President. This diary was secretly stolen from Catherine by Adam Stafford when she fell asleep. The contents of this diary were the cause of her murder by the CIA, presumably.
- Gretchen Mol as Catherine Caswell
- James Rebhorn as Lucian Carver
- Cameron Bright as Adam Stafford
- Perrey Reeves as Adrienne Stafford
- Mark Pellegrino as Graham Caswell
- Noah Wyle as Mike Stafford
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