Giancana's kids reminisce about their wonderful father. At 45 min in, that was literally the only thing that had happened. I'd tuned into this documentary thinking it would be about Giancana and his rise in the Chicago mob and eventual move to Las Vegas. That is definitely not what this film is. There were several facts that appeared inaccurate. Finally, any documentary that wants to be taken seriously really shouldn't make this mistake. There is one "source" interviewed in this whose voice is altered and their face obscured to keep their identity safe, and they call themselves Mr. X. It's amazingly cheesy and reminded me of those "Secrets of Magic" revealed shows from when I was a kid. Honestly, I do not recommend this video.