Warning! Indecent Language and Content!
In Purgatory, the high courts of Heaven and Hell, sinners find their fate. It's within these courts that God resides over the residence of one's eternity as presented by DA Lucifer and ADA Medusa. His stoner son Jesus assists him.
The system is backed up and money is tight. Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn have to deal with each other every day. Gandhi and Hitler share the same holding cell for decades, as do mob members and the original host of “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.
This timely and scandalous suspense/thriller, winner
of two Best Feature Film awards, takes place in a world of ambition and powerful politicians.
Andy Hernandez (Shashi Balooja), an ambitious NYC
Assistant District Attorney with political aspirations is recently engaged to Ann Kim (Michelle Glick), the
latest partner in a profitable risk management firm. As a favor to the wealthy Senator Barksdale (Tom
Wiggin), Andy hires his son Michael Barksdale (Josh Heine), as an intern. Michael is a brilliant-but-troubled law student who takes advantage of his privileged life to help his new mentor. As Andy is drawn into an elite circle of people willing to help fulfill his dreams, Ann finds herself confronted with unexpected
circumstances even she can’t control. Suddenly they are both caught up in a whirlwind of vulnerable
situations involving a classmate (Gregory Wooddell) from Ann’s past, a young Mobster (Will Janowitz of HBO's “The Sopranos”) and a mix of other peculiar characters ultimately resulting in a series of indiscretions, blackmail, murder, and moral dilemmas.