- 1 hr 51 min
Chasing Liberty was made in 2004 and was directed by Andy Cadiff. Mandy Moore and Matthew Goode star in the movie. Anna Foster, played by Mandy Moore, is the daughter of the President of the United States and is tired of constantly being followed by Secret Service agents every hour of the day. After a first date fiasco Anna demands that she be cut loose to adventure and explore on her own and is denied the request much to her dismay. Her father, the President, does however agree to cut down the number of service agents. On a visit to Prague, Anna runs into an old time friend and talks her parents into letting her go to a concert. The President and First Lady reluctantly say yes, but let her go on her way. While at the concert Anna becomes aware that her father broke his promise to cut down the number of Secret Service following her. With several disguised agents placed conveniently around the concert hall, Anna begins to feel caged in and makes an escape. After somehow managing to elude the secret service she meets Ben, played by Matthew Goode, an attractive English photographer who happens to have get away transportation. She hops on the back of his motor scooter and off they go, somehow managing to elude the Secret Service in hot pursuit. Anna somehow gets the idea in her head that she is going to run away to the Love Parade in Berlin, Germany and won’t take no for an answer. At some point during the adventure Anna and Ben fall for one another but can't seem to tell the other how they feel. Soon we learn that Ben is actually a Secret Service agent himself and has been following the orders of the President the entire time. Anna finally comes to her senses when she discovers Ben's true identity and returns home to her parents. The movie ends with Anna taking a trip to Oxford, England for a college exchange program where she finds Ben working as a photographer. The two soon make up and confess their love and take off on another wild adventure on Ben's motorcycle with the Secret Service following after.