A conservative Republican Senator from North Carolina makes a public appearance (during his re-election campaign) at his son's college campus. The Senator wants his son to be the Poster Boy for his campaign, a symbol to get younger voters energized to vote for evil, money-grubbing, insensitive old white men. Then leftist political activists seek to use the son's sexuality to make him a poster boy against his father. It's a great film, not just for the eye candy.
POSTER BOY, dir. Zak Tucker, 2004 USA, 98 min. 35mm, distributor: here! Films/Regent Releasing