This book explores the impact of political communication in films on the public and how it shapes public opinion. It engages in the debate as to whether, political messages in films do influence public opinion. Since propaganda films made in the era of world leaders like Hitler and Stalin, political communication in films still exists and plays a significant role in influencing the masses. Today persuasion via Cinema benefits from sophisticated technological advances, so that political messages in most films are concealed within entertainment. Increasingly, films use thrilling plots mixed with political content in order to convey their messages to the public. This public is generally unaware of the extent to which they are being influenced, managed and conditioned by the media.