'Rodham,' Hillary Clinton screenplay by South Korean, follows life as young woman

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Who knows Hillary Clinton best? It may be South Korean screenwriter Young Il Kim.

Kim brings the secretary of state to Hollywood in his screenplay, "Rodham," which is generating a lot of Tinsel Town buzz.

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Kim reportedly wrote the screenplay in four months, while in and out of New Jersey coffee shops. "Rodham" follows a 20-something Hillary Rodham as she tries to choose between a career and her boyfriend, Politico reported.

Her profession? The youngest attorney on the House Judiciary Committee, working to impeach President Richard Nixon.

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Her boyfriend is none other than Bill Clinton, who's trying to launch his political career in Arkansas.

According to Jezebel, the screenplay appeared at No. 4 on this year's Black List, an annual poll of nearly 300 film executives on their favorite scripts.

Kim told Politico he was inspired to write the film after seeing the now-infamous photo of Clinton in the Situation Room during the 2011 Osama bin Laden raid.

Of course, this isn't the first talk of a Hillary movie. In May, Bill Clinton told CNN's Piers Morgan he'd like Meryl Streep to play his wife on screen.

But this one is certainly generating the most buzz.