[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4Eur8lAaBg&feature=player_embedded] Wow. They get points for trying, I guess. I mean I appreciate that they tried a conceptual script instead of the usual blah, blah, blah. But when you just take a narrator script and put it into an actor in a concept (in this case a "political consultant" talking to his candidate after losing), it just doesn't work. If you're going to go with the concept you got to go all the way, that's not close to how real people speak, even political consultants.
On top of that, either this poor actor got bad direction or he's not a good actor, but in any case, he seemed as phony as the dialogue.
On top of all that, it looks like a public access shoot, with all the good (and cheap) formats of video they have out there these days, why did they decide to shoot this one?
Do they really think this is going to win the day?
Bad acting, bad dialogue, and bad looking make for a bad execution, and I don't have to guess, I know that makes for bad politics.