A More Perfect Union
AMERICA, 1786. Ten years have past since the signing of the Declaration of Independence. But America's hopes for a united country are dangerously threatened. England wages a new war of unfair trade and tariffs. Fragmented states continually bicker over currencies, trade, taxations. America is a powder keg ready to explode. But a handful of brilliant courageous men, James Madison, George Washington, and Benjamin Franklin, lead a three year diplomatic battle that culminates in Philadelphia. There they created a new form of government...one that has since become the standard of freedom and democracy for the rest of the world. Now, an exciting new motion picture recreates that dramatic event. A More Perfect Union-the first comprehensive film enactment of the birth of the Constitution was shot on location at Independence Hall and other historic locations in Virginia. It features a distinguished staff and has been carefully crafted by a seasoned staff of motion picture professionals. So timely is A More Perfect Union that the US Commission on the Bicentennial of the Constitution has recognized this production to be of exceptional merit with national significance. The Commission has given its 'Seal of Approval'. The United States Constitution (completed and ratified) launched the newly United States on its voyage. For two centuries this unparalleled ship of democracy has sailed forth as an enduring vessel of freedom charting a course for the governments of every free nation in the world. A More Perfect Union is a timeless piece of film capturing the spirit and determination of the framers of the US Constitution as they looked well beyond their own time to insure a nation built upon justice, morality, faith in God, and empowered by the people themselves.