Jefferson in Paris is a 1995 Franco-American historical drama film, directed by James Ivory, and previously entitled Head and Heart. The screenplay, by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, is a semi-fictional account of Thomas Jefferson's tenure as the Ambassador of the United States to France before his Presidency and of his alleged relationship with British artist Maria Cosway and his relationship with his slave, Sally Hemings. It was the first portrayal in film of Sally Hemings; at the time, mainstream historians disputed the relationship. Wikipedia
Thomas Jefferson: Independence is not a toy for children to play with, but the privilege of a fully matured mind.