In Kevin Spacey’s new film Casino Jack, the Oscar-winning star plays Jack Abramoff, the Washington, D.C., lobbyist whose excesses exposed the sleazy underbelly of deal making in the nation's capital. It's a bravura performance by Spacey — tempered by the death of director George Hickenlooper just weeks before the film's release. Spacey talks with Bill Newcott about the film, the sudden loss of his friend and the legacy he hopes the film will leave behind.
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