A suicidally disillusioned liberal politician puts a contract out on himself and takes the opportunity to be bluntly honest with his voters by affecting the rhythms and speech of hip-hop music and culture.
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Senator Jay Bulworth is facing speculation-induced financial ruin, so he puts out a contract on his own life in order to collect a large, new insurance policy for his family. Living each moment on borrowed time, he suddenly begins spouting raw, unfiltered--and sometimes offensive in word but satirical in spirit -- thoughts to shocked audiences and handlers in the speech of hip-hop music and culture. His newfound uninhibitedness and new relationship with Nina carry him on a journey of political and spiritual renewal.Written by
Bitches Are Hustlers Too
Written by Jamecia 'Mimi' Ward, Denice 'Nece' Saulsberry, Owen Ratliff, and B. Major
Performed by D-Fyne
Produced by Eddie B for Nu Flavor Music and Don White
Courtesy of Ratti Records/Columbus Mob Production Company and The Major Group See more »
This film is about awakening, speaking truth to power, levelling with people and racial equality. Conservatives would hate it. And they do.
For the rest of humanity, itis amazing, it is powerful and it is genuinely a riot of laughter.
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