Director Alex Gibney turns the spotlight on the life and career of politician Eliot Spitzer, the New York governor whose potential to become the first Jewish president of the United States was thwarted by his indiscretions. Supporters and opponents opine about Spitzer, who was a well-respected attorney general before becoming governor. Spitzer’s career crashed and burned with the revelation that he was involved with prostitutes.
It opened to limited release in early November but you can rent on DVD. Not available on Netflix yet. Just checked. Would like to see just how many enemies he made on Wall Street.