This was a pretty interesting little documentary. What started as a seemingly simple case of the powers that be squashing a book about George Bush turned out to be much more than that.
Instead the film's focus was on the quite troubled writer and the quite pleased to be himself publisher. The publisher, Sander Hicks, went to JMU around the same time that I did. I've never met him, but for his sake, I hope he isn't quite the egomaniac that he seems to be in the movie.
I don't really want to get into the ending of the film for those who haven't seen it. But let me just say that the moment when Hicks breaks down at the end of the film, it is one of the more memorable moments of any movie I've seen all year.
Directed by Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley
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