Well...what do I say about this movie. First - it was based on a true story.
Early 70's, Nixon is in his 2nd term. A man in Baltimore (Sean Penn) is having a tough time with life, society and people in general.
His marriage has fallen apart, he keeps losing jobs and is just trying to find his place in the world.
He decides he is going to "be remembered". He makes an audio journal and sends it to the conductor Leonard Bernstein. Then he boards a plane and wants them to fly really low into the White House. Hmmm....sound familiar?
Sean Penn did a really good job but the movie was really slow going and pretty depressing.
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