A former prosecuting attorney is hired by a prestigious law firm. He soon finds himself faced with representing the mafia kingpin he previously tried to convict.
The panelists wrestle with such local issues as East St. Louis' liquor curfew, Roger Wilson's guilty plea, carry and conceal legislation on metro links, Jefferson City's attempt to change tenure requirements for teachers, as well as firefighter pensions and the O'Fallon fire department's sleep number mattresses for their firefighters.
Panelists discuss such local topics as Governors Jay Nixon s veto on contraceptive coverage, reduction in size of the St. Louis Board of Alderman, John Bruner s tardiness on paying taxes on a company airplane, St. Louis Treasurer candidate Brian Wahby s negligence to pay parking tickets, Roger Wilson s probation sentence for campaign finance fraud, and Lambert Airport s reconstruction.
Imaginary Crimes -- A heart-warming comedy/drama, charting the troubled relationship between a hustler and his teenage daughters, one of whom is a blossoming writer struggling to understand him.
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Academy Award-nominee Harvey Keitel ("Red Dragon," "U-571") stars in this heart-warming comedy/drama charting the troubled relationship between a hustler whose dreams of making a fortune are always "just a technicality away," and his teenage daughters, one of whom is a blossoming writer struggling to understand him. Kelly Lynch ("Charlie's Angels," "White Man's Burden") and Fairuza Balk ("Almost Famous," "Waterboy") co-star. The Hollywood Reporter calls this "a touching, rewarding drama," citing Balk who "steals the show pack[ing] genuine emotion and nuance into every scene." "Emotionally luminous, poignant, richly textured," says The Boston Globe. And TV Guide says "Harvey Keitel's nuanced performance distinguishes [this] moving *** character study."
A heart-warming comedy/drama, charting the troubled relationship between a hustler and his teenage daughters, one of whom is a blossoming writer struggling to understand him.
A recently widowed, small-time hustler struggles to raise his two teenage daughters on his own and still make a dishonest living in 1950s Indiana.
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