The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Synopsis Rowena Halle Berry - who goes by Row the whole movie - works at a newspaper and is working on a story about a senator whos going to run for President. She shows up at his office pretending to be from an American Family magazine, only to surprise the senator with gay pictures of him and his former assistant. His assistant went to the paper with the pictures and the story.
The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Synopsis Rowena Halle Berry - who goes by Row the whole movie - works at a newspaper and is working on a story about a senator whos going to run for President. She shows up at his office pretending to be from an American Family magazine, only to surprise the senator with gay pictures of him and his former assistant.
His assistant went to the paper with the pictures and the story. The senator gets really upset and throws her out. Miles Giovanni Ribisi is her co-worker, a computer genius and a friend. Theyve both been working on the senator story for a long time and really want it to make front-page news. They take it to their editor and he says it will be on the front-page the next day.
They go out to a fancy dinner to celebrate. At dinner its obvious theyve known each other a long time. They flirt but its obvious Miles likes Row as more than a friend. She doesnt seem to notice. They have several glasses of wine and end up fairly tipsy. Suddenly their editor sits down across from them.
He says that the senators assistant folded and hes unwilling to go forward with the story. Miles and Row are stunned and disappointed. Row starts arguing, asking how its possible with all the proof they have to not allow the story to go forward. The editor says that without the assistants testimony they have nothing.
Row leaves and heads for the subway. As shes walking, a girl from behind her starts yelling Row! Row looks back and starts walking faster and finally runs down the stairs to the subway, barely missing the doors to the train.
She stands on the platform and the girl catches up to her.
Unhappily she greets the girl as Grace Nicki Aycox. Row is trying to be nice but you can tell she detests Grace. Its obvious theyve known each other a long time but Grace seems very aggressive and almost mean.
Grace asks how shes doing and Row doesnt say much. Grace says shes been dating this married guy she met online and he suddenly stopped calling her. She started stalking him and got a bunch of pictures with him and other women. She said Row should check him out. She feels like shes in danger of being dealt with because this guy has had women disappear from his life before.
The subway train comes and Row steps on board. Grace shoves a manila file into Rows hands before the doors close and says Regards to your mother.
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