An American senator in the middle of a re-election campaign decides to escape the awful mess he's made of his earlier idealism by accepting $10 million worth of life insurance on himself (a bribe), payable to his daughter, and hiring a guy to kill him. He then falls for a gorgeous young black woman, and starts telling the plain shocking truth about the American political system. At this point he switches to rap, and starts behaving rather outrageously. He tries to cancel the contract on his life without success...
108 minutes, No persons under 16 (Language)
Drama, Comedy, Romance
Ian Douglas: Interesting movie, especially compared with True Colors from last year. The message is much more
important than the medium, which descends into silliness at times, and is worthwhile viewing for anyone interested
in the way politics works.