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Bulworth / Tribulations (1998)
Bulworth / Tribulations (1998)
Bulworth / Tribulations (1998)
About the movie 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06
1- About nominated or awarded of the movie
Film festival
Year
Item
State
The person
Academy Awards, USA
1999
Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen
Nominated
Warren Beatty
Academy Awards, USA
1999
Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen
Nominated
Jeremy Pikser
Golden Globes, USA
1999
Best Screenplay - Motion Picture
Nominated
Warren Beatty
Golden Globes, USA
1999
Best Screenplay - Motion Picture
Nominated
Jeremy Pikser
Golden Globes, USA
1999
Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
Nominated
Warren Beatty
Golden Globes, USA
1999
Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
Nominated
/Venice Film Festival
1998
Golden Lion
Nominated
Warren Beatty
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
1998
Best Screenplay
Awarded
Warren Beatty
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
1998
Best Screenplay
Awarded
Jeremy Pikser
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
1998
Best Screenplay
Awarded
Brian Helgeland
 
2- About the movie
About the movie from IMDB

Overview

Director:Warren Beatty

Writers (WGA):Warren Beatty (story)
Warren Beatty (screenplay) ...
more
Release Date:15 May 1998 (USA) more
Genre:Comedy / Drama / Romance more
Tagline:Brace yourself. This politician is about to tell the truth!
Plot Outline:A suicidally disillusioned liberal politician puts a contract out on himself and takes the opportunity to be bluntly honest with his voters by affecting the rhythms and speech of hip-hop music and culture. more
Plot Synopsis:This plot synopsis is empty. Add a synopsis
Plot Keywords:Black Woman White Male / Suicide By Hitman / Interracial Romance / May December Romance / Interracial more
Awards:Nominated for Oscar. Another 1 win & 14 nominations more

Additional Details

Also Known As:Tribulations (USA) (working title)
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Parents Guide:Add content advisory for parents
Runtime:108 min
Country:USA
Language:English
Color:Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:1.85 : 1 more
Sound Mix:DTS / Dolby Digital

Synopsis

A mix of hip-hop and politics, after putting a hit out on himself Senator Bulworth becomes a MCing politician akin to a west African griot who isn't afraid to say anything he wants and can offend anyone he wants. Written by Guy Johns

Senator Jay Bulworth is facing speculation-induced financial ruin, so he puts out a contract on his own life in order to collect a large, new insurance policy for his family. Living each moment on borrowed time, he suddenly begins spouting raw, unfiltered--and sometimes offensive in word but satirical in spirit -- thoughts to shocked audiences and handlers in the speech of hip-hop music and culture. His newfound uninhibitedness and new relationship with Nina carry him on a journey of political and spiritual renewal. Written by Stuart Hoffman

Bulworth is a Democratic Senator running for re-election in Calfornia in 1996. Depressed by cashing in on the right-wing trend in politics at the expense of his beliefs, he orders a hit on himself after having taken out a huge life-insurance policy. His imminent death allows him to speak out in a brutally honest manner that is true to his old liberal--and even socialist--beliefs. He does so in the form of hip-hop music, which he discovers after falling in love with a Black woman from South Central Los Angeles. Written by Daniel Mongraw {culture_jam@hotmail.com}

After taking out a massive life-insurance policy on himself and hiring a hit man, Democratic Sen. Bulworth decides to have some fun and tell the truth as he sees it in hip-hop rhythms and with lots of F-words. Then he decides he doesn't want to die and intermixes being late for campaign events, giving interviews that lambaste the right-wing media conspiracy for failing to promote "that's right, socialism," and chasing a skirt, with trying to fire the Mafia boss in charge of his murder, all the while proving that white guys can be cool, too, in a geeky sort of way, and even gangstas respect caring. Written by Will Briggs (See here)

 
 
 
Director:Warren Beatty

Writers (WGA):Warren Beatty (story), Warren Beatty (screenplay) ...more
Starring Don Cheadle, Halle Berry, Michael Clarke Duncan, Jack Warden, Oliver Platt, Warren Beatty, Paul Sorvino, Christine Baranski, Nora Dunn

Release Date:15 May 1998 (USA) more
Genre:Comedy / Drama / Romance more
Tagline:Brace yourself. This politician is about to tell the truth!
Plot Outline:A suicidally disillusioned liberal politician puts a contract out on himself and takes the opportunity to be bluntly honest with his voters by affecting the rhythms and speech of hip-hop music and culture. more
Composer: Ennio Morricone

Awards
:Nominated for Oscar. Another 1 win & 13 nominations more

3- About Warren Beatty

Date of Birth:30 March 1937, Richmond, Virginia, USA more


Mini Biography:One of the most fascinating characters in Hollywood history, Warren Beatty was born Henry Warren Beaty in Richmond, Virginia on March 30, 1937. His mother, Kathlyn, was a drama teacher who gave it up to settle down in Virginia and raise a family, although it was never in doubt that Beatty and his sister, the actress and dancer Shirley MacLaine, would themselves be raised to pursue stardom - each was urged to be successful and achieve from a very early age.

Warren attended high school in Arlington, Virginia and attended Northwestern University, but, not to be outdone by his rising-star big sister, dropped out after his first year to study acting under the legendary Stella Adler. His first screen role, in the TV sitcom "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" (1959), was a role he found "ridiculous" and quickly abandoned to work on the Broadway stage, the highlight of which was his Tony-nominated performance in "A Loss of Roses"......more


Trivia:What's New, Pussycat (1965), a name he often called girlfriends, was written for him... more
Awards:Won Oscar. Another 30 wins & 35 nominations more

See here

 
 
Warren Beatty
Warren Beatty
Warren Beatty
Warren Beatty
 
4- Overview
001-A mix of hip-hop and politics, after putting a hit out on himself Senator Bulworth becomes a MCing politician akin to a west African griot who isn't afraid to say anything he wants and can offend anyone he wants. Written by Guy Johns

002-Senator Jay Bulworth is facing speculation-induced financial ruin, so he puts out a contract on his own life in order to collect a large, new insurance policy for his family. Living each moment on borrowed time, he suddenly begins spouting raw, unfiltered--and sometimes offensive in word but satirical in spirit -- thoughts to shocked audiences and handlers in the speech of hip-hop music and culture. His newfound uninhibitedness and new relationship with Nina carry him on a journey of political and spiritual renewal. Written by Stuart Hoffman

003-Bulworth is a Democratic Senator running for re-election in Calfornia in 1996. Depressed by cashing in on the right-wing trend in politics at the expense of his beliefs, he orders a hit on himself after having taken out a huge life-insurance policy. His imminent death allows him to speak out in a brutally honest manner that is true to his old liberal--and even socialist--beliefs. He does so in the form of hip-hop music, which he discovers after falling in love with a Black woman from South Central Los Angeles. Written by Daniel Mongraw {culture_jam@hotmail.com}

After taking out a massive life-insurance policy on himself and hiring a hit man, Democratic Sen. Bulworth decides to have some fun and tell the truth as he sees it in hip-hop rhythms and with lots of F-words. Then he decides he doesn't want to die and intermixes being late for campaign events, giving interviews that lambaste the right-wing media conspiracy for failing to promote "that's right, socialism," and chasing a skirt, with trying to fire the Mafia boss in charge of his murder, all the while proving that white guys can be cool, too, in a geeky sort of way, and even gangstas respect caring.(See here)

004-A surprisingly entertaining political comedy that features a funny and magnetic Beatty as the discouraged politician Bulworth, who has organized his own assassination but, after a three day bender of not sleeping, decides that he wants to live after all. He begins to tell the complete truth at all times, not caring about the potential repercussions of his offensive, yet honest, remarks. Oh yes, of course, and he starts rapping. It's a credit to Beatty that his change of heart seems so believable, and it is this performance that drives the film. All of the supporting players are solid as well, including Berry as a potential love interest who may have ulterior motives, and Platt, who is hysterical as a stressed-out, coked-up campaign aide. The film is an entertaining, well-paced romp that solidifies Beatty's presence as one of Hollywood's most vital and necessary voices.(See here)
excellent dialogue

1 Angry black woman: Are you sayin' the Democratic Party don't care about the African-American community?
2 Bill Feldman: You know something? We had a next-door neighbor who would lose her mind from time to time. What was weird when she got like that was this: she could only speak in song lyrics.
3 Bullworth: A part of my campaign? Now that just sounds insane!
4 Bullworth: All we need is a voluntary, free-spirited, open-ended program of procreative racial deconstruction. Everybody just gotta keep fuckin' everybody 'til they're all the same color.
5 Bullworth: Have a drink, Murphy. Live your life.
6 Bullworth: I bet Murphy put something bad about Farrakhan in here for you!
7 Bullworth: I mean - come on! You can have a Billion Man March! If you don't put down that malt liquor and chicken wings, and get behind someone other than a running back who stabs his wife, you're NEVER gonna get rid of somebody like me!
8 Bullworth: I was, uh, hoping for sooner.
9 Bullworth: Isn't that OBVIOUS? You got half your kids are out of work and the other half are in jail. Do you see ANY Democrat doing anything about it? Certainly not me! So what're you gonna do, vote Republican? Come on! Come on, you're not gonna vote Republican! Let's call a spade a spade!
10 Bullworth: Murphy, Feldman, you're lookin' pretty beat / I thought you might feel better with some ribs to eat / Eat 'em, gentlemen, you'll think they're really fine / And if you want a couple more you can get 'em anytime!
11 Bullworth: My guys are not stupid. They always put the big Jews on my schedule. You're mostly Jews, right? Three out of four of you?
12 Bullworth: What is it exactly you're concerned about, Murphy?
13 Bullworth: Would you prefer "motherfucker," motherfucker?
14 Bullworth: Yeah, yeah / You can call it single-payer or Canadian way / Only socialized medicine will ever save the day! Come on now, lemme hear that dirty word - SOCIALISM!
15 Bullworth: Yo, everybody gonna get sick someday / But nobody knows how they gonna pay / Health care, managed care, HMOs / Ain't gonna work, no sir, not those / 'Cause the thing that's the same in every one of these / Is these motherfuckers there, the insurance companies!
16
Bullworth: Yo. Yo, yo, yo to you.
17 Bullworth: You know, there's a lesson here, which is never try to make life or death decisions when you're feeling suicidal.
18 Bullworth: [stoned] Is YOU a real nigger?
19 Cheryl and Tanya: Insurance! Insurance!
20 Darnell: I say, you ain't no real nigger, IS you?
21 Darnell: You callin' me nigger, motherfucka? Don't call me a NIGGER, moth'fucka!
22 Debate Producer: Just between us, Senator, do you think it's advisable to schedule campaign stops with industry leaders when you have such a low opinion of their product?
23 Dennis Murphy: I am incredibly frightened.
24 Dennis Murphy: I'm concerned that you stood up in front of three hundred people in a black church and told them that they were not a factor and never would be as long as we remain in the pocket of the insurance lobby! I'm concerned that you went to a fundraiser in Beverly Hills and told various leaders of the entertainment industry that they make a lousy product, and since many of them also happen to be Jewish, you decided the PRUDENT thing to do would be to MOCK their Jewish paranoia! I'm concerned that we are in an after-hours club in Compton on the eve of the most important event of the campaign swing, where God knows how much illegal activity is taking place and YOU are SMOKING MARIJUANA! Now, Senator - I work for you. You call the shots. But I will be able to do my job so much better if you will just simply tell me ... what is this new strategy? Just tell me a little bit!
25 L.D.: I'm giving them entry-level positions into the only growth-sector occupation that's truly open to them right now. That's the substance supply industry. They gonna run this shit someday. They gonna have the whole empire. Man, y'all don't give a fuck about it. You greedy-ass politicians. That's what you tell me every time that y'all vote to cut them school programs; every time y'all vote to cut them funds to the job programs. What the fuck; how a... how a young man gonna take care of his financial responsibilities workin' at motherfuckin' Burger King? He ain't. He ain't, and please don't even start with the school shit. They ain't no education goin' on up in that motherfucker. 'Cause y'all motherfuckin' politicians done fucked the shit up. So what they gonna do? What's a young man supposed to do then, right? What's he gonna do? He gonna come to me, that's what he's gonna do. Why? 'Cause I'm a businessman, and as a businessman, you gotta limit your liabilities. And that's what these shorties offer me: limited liabilities; because of their limited vulnerability to legal sanctions, man. It's the same fuckin' thing in politics, Dog. You find an edge, you gotta exploit that shit. That's why y'all sent all them motherfuckin' teenagers to Iraq. Die over some motherfuckin' oil money. Send the motherfuckin' CIA up in the 'hood with all the fuckin yayos. Slangin' in the hood man. It's the same shit in politics.
26 Mimi: Can you play back that crispy crab cakes remark again?
27 Mimi: Fred, when you say "by the book" - WHAT book would that be?
28 Mimi: Now - would we be eligible for an Emmy, or a Peabody?
29 Nina: ...Yo.
30 Nina: Later.
31 Reporter: Senator, do you plan to make rap a regular part of your campaign?
32 [After watching Bulworth lose it on TV]
33 [brandishes speech]
34 [Bulworth exhales smoke into Murphy's face.]
35 [Feldman and Murphy are concerned about Bulworth's rapping]
36 [Loud, angry booing]
37 [Mimi has just seen Bulworth badmouth a black congregation]
(See here)

 
 
5- The Still
 
I am Jay Bulworth. We are at the doorstep of a new millionnium
Connie and I have been married 24 years
I am Jay Bulworth. We are at the doorstep of a new millionnium
Connie and I have been married 24 years
Four payment,2.5 million each to my daughter
If I am not dead by monday, I'll stop payment
Four payment,2.5 million each to my daughter
If I am not dead by monday, I'll stop payment
Why aren't you in favor of bill 2720 ?
Your kids are either jobless or in jail
Why aren't you in favor of bill 2720 ?
Your kids are either jobless or in jail
I need to talk to him
You call the shots, I can do my job much better...
I need to talk to him
You call the shots, I can do my job much better...
You made me fell insecure
You got to be a spirit, Bulworth. Be a spirit!
You made me fell insecure
You got to be a spirit, Bulworth. Be a spirit!
 
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WMA Listen (See here)
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Bulworth part 1
002
Bulworth part 2
 
 
 
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