Take a look at “Frost/Nixon” trailer and photos HEREFrank Langella, who plays the former commander-in-chief, said Nixon continued to figure in his thoughts long after the cameras were turned off. “I do not think I will ever say goodbye to him. I think about him every day,” he said last night. “It is not a political film but a human film.” “David Frost is not a character, he is more of a way of life, so I started to get worried when I found it more enjoyable being him than I did being me. So now I’m starting to kind of de-Frost, come out of character and let it go,” Michael Sheen said. The film has already received attention as a potential award winner. Director Ron Howard said: “It is a little early for me to talk about. A movie like this – it needs that kind of support and acknowledgement.” London Film Festival runs Oct. 15-30.