If you don’t take this note to the police and get them involved, I will kill a lovely blond schoolteacher. It seems like a sick joke, and Bill’s friend on the police force, Lanny Olson, thinks so too.
If you do take this note to the police, I will instead kill an elderly woman active in charity work. His advice to Bill is to go home and forget about it.
A jury of domineering white men (presided over by John Lithgow) is interrogating her character in front of a rabid audience, but the particulars of her supposed crime are initially unclear. What do lobbyists really do anyway, and why do the people judging Sloane’s behavior seem as unsure about that as the rest of us might?
Until the most chilling words of all are: The choice is yours.It was opened in 1999 by a blind clergyman, Jorge Spielmann, who wished to convey the experience of blindness to sighted customers.Before entering, customers choose their meal, often selecting from among several generic menus rather than specific items.READ MORE: ‘Painkiller Jane’: Jessica Chastain to Star in Graphic Novel Adaptation Told with real courage and cross-eyed conviction, “Miss Sloane” is a film about the pleasures of gamesmanship that’s disguised as a polemic about the urgency of gun control.The story begins on the slippery slopes of Capitol Hill, where cutthroat lobbyist Elizabeth Sloane (Jessica Chastain) is being subjected to a Senate hearing about her ethics.Besides, what could they do even if they took the note seriously? But less than twenty-four hours later, a young blond schoolteacher is found murdered, and it’s Bill’s fault: he didn’t convince the police to get involved.