Respected liberal Senator Joe Tynan is asked to lead the opposition to a Supreme Court appointment. It means losing an old friend and fudging principles to make the necessary deals, as well as further straining his already part-time family life. But it could be a big boost to his career, so he takes it on. Helping him prepare the case is pretty southern researcher Karen Traynor, and their developing relationship further complicates and compromises his life. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <email@example.com>
What drives a man to his limits... the power of love or the love of power?
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Did You Know?
The Arizona Republic refused to print advertising or even theatre listings for this movie, on the grounds that readers would object to the word "seduction" in the title, or to the copy: "There are many ways to be seduced. Fame. Power. Love. Joe Tynan knows them all." (The previous week the Republic had readily printed a quarter-page ad for Americathon
(1979) which showed Uncle Sam "flashing" a crowd of people.) Eventually the Republic agreed to print the listings, and a censored version of the ad which read "There are many ways to Fame. Power. Love. Joe Tynan knows them all." See more