To my surprise, us Americans actually get the chance to see this movie – I thought for sure that a certain you know who would not allow it – probably classify it as an enemy combatant or something.
An unknown gunman assassinates George W. Bush. A couple of years later, an investigative documentary is made. It features all the people involved that fateful day: the protestors outside a Chicago hotel; the suspects in the shooting and their families; the Secret Service men who failed to protect their charge; the press; and an array of experts, desperately seeking meaning in this horrible act of violence. We learn, agonizingly, what happened to America after the death of a president.
For those locals among us, it is playing at Tivoli. For showtimes regardless of your location, follow this link.