Affairs of State (2018)

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Director: Eric Bross
Writer: Tom Cudworth
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Genre: Drama
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Plot: A young campaign aide gets in way over his head when he sleeps with the wife and daughter of a presidential candidate only to end up bleeding out on the side of an empty road at night.

Affairs of State (2018)

Storyline Affairs of State: In his quest for power, D.C. aide Michael Lawson will do anything to take part in Senator Baines’s White House campaign, including blackmailing Baines’s shady advisor and sleeping with the candidate’s wife. But when he gets involved with the senator’s daughter, Lawson learns his dangerous game could have a deadly payoff.

Affairs of State, established in 1993, is an independent Australian public affairs firms with contemporary international connections.

Affairs of State provides a suite or matrix of professional tools to multinational businesses, professional and industry associations, government agencies, pressure groups, NGOs and community causes in Australia and abroad.

From ideas, ideology and philosophy through the processes of policy development to legislation, regulation and administration.

Affairs of State is a 1950 Broadway comedy written and directed by Louis Verneuil. It opened at the Royale Theatre, then moved to the Music Box Theatre [1] and played for a total of 610 performances.

It was the first play Verneuil wrote in English

Director: Eric Bross
Writer: Tom Cudworth
Stars: Thora Birch, Mimi Rogers, Adrian Grenier


Pretty good and steamy political drama. But as usual anything coming from Hollywood the movie leans Left and the corrupt and conniving characters in the film are actively a conservative belonging to a third way, quasi-Republican political party called, the United Party. However the movie steers away from hammering rhetoric and instead revolves on the characters and their actions which is quite decent and surprising considering the reactions and political climate we are in today in the United States.

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