Sayles Offers Political Allegory in 'Silver City' Silver City, the new film from director and screenwriter John Sayles, tells the fictional story of a grammatically challenged, ex-alcoholic son of a senator who runs for governor of Colorado. It's a polemic on the state of politics and corporate influence. David D'Arcy reports.
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Sayles Offers Political Allegory in 'Silver City'

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Sayles Offers Political Allegory in 'Silver City'

Sayles Offers Political Allegory in 'Silver City'

Sayles Offers Political Allegory in 'Silver City'

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Silver City, the new film from director and screenwriter John Sayles, tells the fictional story of a grammatically challenged, ex-alcoholic son of a senator who runs for governor of Colorado. It's a polemic on the state of politics and corporate influence. David D'Arcy reports.