Libby teaches at a university but 4 years ago she was top aide to VP Rachel and was part of a total victory action. Rachel is now US president and worried about Libby keeping quiet. Libby also has a student spying on her.
Jamie Lee Curtis,
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As young and recently single parents, Clara and Alex have two completely different styles of parenting. While helicopter mom Clara hovers over her son Oliver, Alex's daughter Emma feels out... See full summary »
Steven R. Monroe
year old who is a successful journalist on the web dealing with high technology and has a 15-year-old daughter, Yolanda, the legacy of a shipwrecked marriage. Yolanda is tired of seeing her... See full summary »
In his quest for power, D.C. aide Michael Lawson will do anything to take part in Senator Baines's White House campaign, including blackmailing Baines's shady advisor and sleeping with the candidate's wife. But when he gets involved with the senator's daughter, Lawson learns his dangerous game could have a deadly payoff.
This will be director Eric Bross and writer Tom Cudworth's third collaboration. See more »
Michael and his friend are sitting on the park bench talking and eating and in the long shot another couple sits on the next bench, but when the shot cuts to the guys head-on the other bench is empty. In the next long shot the other couple is back. See more »
In The Yerd
Written by Scott Bross
Performed by Scott Bross
Producted by Scott Bross
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Snails pace boring drama with boring actors
Political drama with no new ground covered. Stale dialogue and forced performances relegate this to the level of garbage found within the lowest rated video titles crammed on to sites like netflix. Adrien Grenier and Mimi Rogers careers have gone nowhere lately and this effort most certainly won't help their cause. I can't see any point in making mediocre films like this. Avoid 1/10.
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