• Gorby and Ronnie Do Reykjavík

  • Patrick Connelly
  • Available
  • Comedy
  • Scouted
  • 72.9
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ManagerSidney Sherman (Rosa Entertainment)
In the fall of 1986, leaders Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev meet in Reykjavik to discuss nuclear weapon policy and attempt to prevent any future nuclear disaster between the United States and the Soviet Union.
In the fall of 1986, Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev meet in Reykjavik, Iceland, in an effort to avert an inevitable nuclear arms race between their two countries.
Two leaders from the US and Soviet Union try to work out an agreement in order to prevent a war from breaking out.
Comedy, Period, War, Farce, Political, Work Related, Parody, Foreign Locale, Historical, Competition, President, Rivalry, True Story
White / European
The Death of Stalin, Frost/Nixon, Vice, W, Dr. Strangelove, In the Loop, Don't Look Up
1986, Several Days/Flashbacks 1940-1986
50% Reykjavik, Iceland including several homes, a ship, exteriors.  50% Various, including Washington D.C/The Soviet Union/London including The White House, 10 Downing Street, Moscow official buildings, an ocean, Chernobyl site.
A narrator narrates a nuclear explosion sarcastically. He attributes the disaster to RONALD RONNIE REAGAN, the president. DON REGAN and GEORGE SCHULTZ walk into his office together. The two men invite Ronnie to review the agenda. Ronnie meets GORBACHEV (Gorby), the Russian Chairman in Iceland, to settle on an agreement with the US.
Ronnie gets a presidential brief about the meeting in Iceland. It's a traditional symbol of peace from the Soviets, a gold cuff. Soviet military commanders are contemplating assassinating the General Secretary. Gorbachev will survive if he’s perceived to be successful in America. Ronnie gets shot at but recovers.

THATCHER advises her men not to disturb Europe’s safety because of the President's Infatuation with space weapons. Ronnie wants to deploy the US missiles in Europe to appease the Russians, which Thatcher doesn’t want because England would be in danger. She expresses her concern to George. Ronnie stays outside of Hofdi House for Gorby’s arrival. George, Don, and Poindexter stop the White House Press Secretary, Larry Speaks, from reaching the press but they refuse to tell him anything because they want to wait for a positive outcome. Gorby arrives.
The narrator shows clips of Gorby...