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"What does he smell like?' she is asked. "He smells like the future," she replies.
Director Marshall Curry follows the battle between Cory Booker and incumbent Sharp James as they fight for the city of Newark, NJ.
Booker doesn't win the election, thus giving the viewer a very negative view of New Jersey politics.
Corey Booker is a breadth of fresh air! Thank God there are still some honest politicians that care about ALL people!Published 29 days ago by Paulie
This is a great documentary that shows the reality of politics in our country by introducing us to the campaign tactics of Cory Booker and Sharpe James during the 2002 Mayoral... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kylene Marche
captures true idealism in politics - I loved this movie. After living in Jersey City for a number of years, it was interesting to see a documentary from the neighborhood. Read morePublished 3 months ago by cerebralfun
Great behind the scenes look at a political machine trying to stay in power. And the lengths people will go to to protect someone 'like us' vs. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Maggie Banducci
what I like about this film is that it shows that Al Sharpton is a poverty pemp, he supported the life long poverty pemp sharp James, when he should have been supporting Cory... Read morePublished 10 months ago by 1 BrotherMack
We had to watch a movie about politics in the US for one of my daughters classes and this was one of the movies on the list. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Charles A. Russell
I loved the fact that this film was created prior to Booker's later successful election. Very, very interesting, because the viewer now knows something that no one on the film... Read morePublished 13 months ago by I Perez
This was a great documentary. Interesting to see the new generation of leadership against the backdrop of old school politics. Great job!Published 18 months ago by Shuronda Robinson