Sex, Drugs and Power: Hunter Biden’s World on Display in New Movie

“My Son Hunter” — out September 7 – will show viewers the story Big Tech and Mainstream Media have worked so hard to hide.

“This is not a true story, except for all the facts.”

LOS ANGELES — With this opening line, Breitbart and the Unreported Stories Society unveil a dark, shadowy world of elite depravity – protected by power – that threatens the future of American democracy in their first-ever feature film, My Son Hunter. On September 7, 2022, director Robert Davi and stars Laurence Fox and Gina Carano will strap viewers in for manic ride through the drug-fueled, sex-crazed life of Robert Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden. You can watch the teaser here. 

With the news cycle dominated by endless congressional investigations – and even unprecedented FBI raids – directed against a former President, it might be easy for Americans to forget that the son of the current president has been irrefutably linked with, among others: prostitutes (foreign and domestic), drug dealers, Ukrainain and Chinese “businessmen,” and other connections at the highest levels of politics and media. There remain open questions as to how much Hunter’s father, the President, has funded his illicit activities.

The mainstream media and Big Tech has worked incredibly hard to make sure Americans don’t learn the truth about Hunter Biden, especially with his father’s party facing crucial midterm elections in November. But with the release of My Son Hunter, they won’t be able to hide. This film has Biden-world so nervous, they dispatched an attorney to sneak onto the set during filming.

It’s easy to see why they’re scared. With the facts of Hunter’s misdeeds – and the danger his corrupt connections pose to our nation – exposed through gripping drama, America’s view of the First Family will be forever changed.  Its power comes from the stellar performances in front of and behind the camera.

Gina Carano (The Mandalorian) plays a hardworking Secret Service agent, dedicated to serving her country, who reminds viewers that “this is not a true story, except for all the facts.” Laurence Fox (UK’s Lewis, PBS Masterpiece) plays Hunter Biden, riding his father’s coattails through a world of sex, drugs and shady business deals.  Hunter’s father, President Joe Biden, is played by John James (Dynasty). Their world is brought to life by director Robert Davi, best known for his roles in The Goonies and Die Hard. 

Working with producers Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, from a script by Brian Gadawa, Davi went to great lengths to create a visually stunning world that presents Hunter Biden on full display – infusing the film with a sense of irony, comedy, and maybe even a tiny bit of dark humanity.  In the film, Hunter finds himself doing all the wrong things in all the wrong places with all the wrong people, when he meets a young naive stripper. Grace Anderson (Emma Gojkovic) doesn’t know much about politics, but gets a crash course as she gets closer and closer to the President’s son. My Son Hunter puts the lens squarely on Hunter, his corrupt business dealings, his relationship with his father, and a lifestyle that would make rock stars jealous.  But through the haze of a crack pipe and above the din of the parties and the outbursts, somewhere lies the truth – the truth the American people deserve to know.

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