Journalist Fred Flarsky reunites with his childhood crush, Charlotte Field, now one of the most influential women in the world. As she prepares to make a run for the Presidency, Charlotte hires Fred as her speechwriter and sparks fly.
June Diane Raphael
In one scene, Coleman's cellmate sarcastically refers to him as John Wayne. Bruce Dern, who appears in this film, appeared alongside Wayne in The Cowboys, murdering his character. It was one of Wayne's few on-screen deaths. See more »
At the auction in the film, it's stated a horse is sold to the "Las Vegas Police Department." There is no such organization; Vegas' police force is known as the "Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department" (LVMPD for short). See more »
It was interesting. The movie shows what we typically think of movies about people in prison, and somehow they added horses to the element.
For the most part the movie feels like a Made-for-TV movie used as propaganda to show how successful the this horse program is.
The program is about certain states of the U.S.A which seem to have a Wild mustang problem, and in order to deal with it, the federal state penitentiary lunched a program to have prisoners train these mustangs to be domestic enough to sell to people.
I thought Matthias Schoenaerts was good. I liked what he did with his character. very low key, but his attitude was perfect.
Also a fan of Jason Mitchell and Bruce Dern, who give good performances as well.
I enjoined it.
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