This portrait of Washington tremendous lobbyist Jack Abramoff – from his early years as a gung-ho member of the GOP political device to his ultimate reckoning as a disgraced, imprisoned pariah – confirms the adage that reality is certainly stranger than fiction. A story of world intrigue with Indian casinos, Russian spies, Chinese language sweatshops, and a mob-style killing in Miami, that is the tale of the way in which cash corrupts our political procedure. Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney as soon as once more wields the gear of his business with the talent of a grasp. Following the continuing indictments of federal officers and exposing choose buying and selling in our country’s capital, Gibney illuminates the way in which our flesh pressers’ determined want to get elected – and the thousands and thousands of greenbacks it prices – is also undermining the fundamental rules of American democracy. Infuriating, but undeniably a laugh to look at, CASINO JACK is a saga of greed and corruption with a cynical villain audiences will like to hate.