W. is Oliver Stone's lighthearted but mostly true docudrama about the rise of infamous American president George W. Bush. Stone glosses over important parts of Bush's life before politics and has been criticized for his portrayal of the Bush family dynamic but succeeds nontheless in making an enjoyable and informative film.
Though I took strong issue with Condoleeza's voice the resenblance of the cast to their real-life counterparts (and hers in particular) is simply uncanny. You can even spot Helen Thomas' double during the press conference despite the obvious difficulty in casting she presents.
I think it's all in the glare.