Peter and Tim are both law students looking to get into the battleground of politics in Washington, but they both have different ideals and ethics. Tim wants to pursue a career in justice, but Peter is determined to be a big political power broker any way he can, even if that means bending the rules. As their careers push them towards political opposites, their friendship must constantly adapt to the new situation. Written by
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Friendship and betrayal; Its not all black and white.
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Did You Know?
Second of two consecutive films with titles referring to color for actor James Spader
who had starred in the previous year's movie White Palace
(1990). See more
In the parking garage scene, Peter recognizes the car of a senator from Kentucky by the license plate on the front of his car. Kentucky did not issue front plates at any time in the 1980's or 1990's. See more
We may not always get what we want. We may not always get what we need. Just so's we don't get what we deserve!
Referenced in Down to You