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A drama based on the true-life scandal that ensued when bottles of wine purported to have been owned by Thomas Jefferson were called fakes -- after they have been bought for a half-million dollars by billionaire Bill Koch.
I'm absolutely dumb-founded as to why this has received such low votes. I saw this short on the sci-fi channels show exposure, and found it downright terrifying. Sure the story isn't entirely original, but that's because its an urban legend! The acting was fantastic, the cinematography was great - everything about this movie was just wonderful. You have to see it if you get the chance. I for one am hoping Mr. Koepp chooses to release it on a special edition of Stir Of Echoes.
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