The only one of the GUN series actually directed by Robert Altman, this acerbic film contains much of Altman's much commented style with references to Bill Clinton's presidency. This is fairly obvious through the philandering antics of the President Bill (Randy Quaid) of a prestigious country club, which is largely managed by his wife, Darryl Hannah. Easily the best of the GUN series Altman manages to make a small film into a larger film that recalls Tanner 88 and Tanner on Tanner. Usual Altman symbolism (snakes,women in white etc)prevail and add depth but you will only get them if you know his other films. An excellent film which transcends its format limitations.
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