Former N.J. Gov Candidate’s Political Corruption Film to be Featured at Festival


JERSEY CITY-This time last year, Joe Rullo was engaged in a campaign to run for Governor in the state of New Jersey against Kim Guadagno and Jack Ciattarelli.  Now, he’s getting ready to be part of the Brightside Tavern Film Festival as his short movie, Political Corruption USA is featured at the festival.

Rullo, who had campaigned for office several times as an anti-corruption, anti-establishment conservative candidate plays the role of a small-town mayor who got wrapped in a local corruption scandal.

An everyday guy becomes Mayor (Rullo) of his town, and gets drawn into the dark side of politics. After he is re-elected for Mayor, he gets caught in an FBI sting taking a bribe. The FBI offers the mayor a second chance to make things right. The mayor uses his political influence once more, but this time to bring down corrupt politicians wiretapped every step of the way. What would become one of the biggest political corruption stings the United States has ever seen.

Political Corruption USA starts at 1130 am on Sunday, March 4 at the Brightside Tavern Film Festival in Jersey City.



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