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lead line

[′led ‚līn]
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The movie's biggest weakness derives from its novelistic source, which chose to present the story as the political education of Henry Burton (Adrian Lester), the grandson of a martyred black civil rights hero.
The story is told through the eyes of a savvy young strategist, Henry Burton (British newcomer Adrian Lester).
The story is narrated by Henry Burton (actually the White House Counselor, George Stephanopoulos in blackface), a twenty-something Afro-American whose high ideals don't prevent him from sleeping with the boss's wife.
She is called in to keep the philandering potential President's skeletons firmly in the cupboard and is helped in her task along the way by new recruit Henry Burton (Adrian Lester).
Narrated from the viewpoint of naively idealistic black campaign manager Henry Burton (a starmaking turn by a Brummie but you wouldn't know it Adrian Lester), it charts the nomination trail through a minefield of alleged indiscretions, invented pasts, me dia frenzies and the cynical political gladhanding and manipulation that goes with the job.