I didn’t even have to get all up-in-arms about this movie from a political perspective – I can safely dismiss it on story terms. It is boring, distant and phony. At the 1 hr 17 min mark is the first time anything is uttered that isn’t a platitude. Even the poster is a head fake, hinting an intrigue that is absent in the movie.

I give this a “D” because I can’t give anything that has so much Alexander Seddig in it a failing grade. A surprisingly bad film from the usually top-notch J.S.