Miss Sloane is the story of a political lobbyist whose unconventional and morally ambiguous methods make her polarizing and magnetic simultaneously. When Sloane (Jessica Chastain) is seduced by a case that would pit her against the gun lobby, a notoriously equally ruthless organization, her desire to always win no matter the cost is put to the test as she blurs lines and hurdles over them if and when necessary (as of course determined solely by her). The result of her actions here are uncertain—even with a stellar winning record to date, her aim of making it harder for individuals to procure firearms through background checks may jeopardize her career, her relationships, and possibly even the lives of others. Continue reading Miss Sloane Weaves a Thrilling Web Across the Messy Political Landscape of Lobbying
Elizabeth Sloane (Jessica Chastain) is a lobbyist – one who will do anything to win even at the expense of her own career.
When her boss (Sam Waterston) orders her to “start getting women into guns,” she quits his behemoth of a firm to run the gun control campaign being waged by a ‘boutique’ firm.